Hotel Savoia Thermae & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Abano Terme
For many, a trip to the dungeons waited, and the Bridge of Sighs, connecting the palace courtroom with the dreary dungeons ( unbelievably last used in 1930) provided a last look at freedom. I caught the bridge from both the inside and outside views, and stopped to consider how many criminals, and worse, innocents, made that trek and viewed that sight.
... it was a squash to get to the right carriage and was a relief when we were sitting down ready to go. In Milan we only had 15 minutes for the connecting train and our train was 15 minutes late so you can imagine the mad rush we had. It was like the Benny Hill Show where they chase each other. If we miss the train we have to re book a later train and pay for the tickets again......so there was some incentive to catch it. We ...
... it so no one throws it, we would feel better. Bad to worse. Grant had to take over as I was getting really angry because I am sure that somewhere in the world of airlines there is a way to mark a bag fragile. I had to step back. Off to get our next bag paid for (so mad now!!) and then bag to Miss Sunshine. Actually Grant had to go. I will tell you that the reason I gave to not get back in line was not nice. It had the words Drop Kick in it ...
... by one of the canals. Mum, Ellan, Lorraine and Kent enjoyed more wine and Aperol Spritz and Bronaugh and I took advantage of the beautiful night lights glistening on the canals and spent this time taking photos. We had a wonderful time with Intrepid and felt very blessed by the little group we had, and the wonderful girls who we were able to share our adventures with. We know we will be seeing them again someday and the wine will flow! Our last day in Venice was a bit of a palaver ...
... We met some very cool people....Min (Korea), Emilia (Quebec), and Irena (Germany). We hung out and talked for so long through the night. Then Marco (Brazil) and Sam (Canada) came in and helped us with the crockpot of sangria. We had so much just hanging out and talking with everyone. We almost finished the pot too, but I don't think there was much alcohol in it which was ...