Hotel Terme Universal Abano Terme
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the shops. Annissa bought some paper weights and I bought a small glass horse for my shelf at home that I'll admire one day when I'm old.
I learned some things about Venice that, although obvious, aren't things you think about. The first is that you really can't ask someone for directions to get somewhere. There are few main streets and most roads are alleys that zig zag back and forth, and often dead end. You need a map ...
... Geoff bought the tickets while the boys and I minded the suitcase and we headed to Line 1. We were at the first stop so the boat was empty when we got on and we got seats right up the front outside. Perfect vantage point for a few dozen photos!! The vaporetto dropped us off at Giglio stop and we had our offline maps to take us to the hotel.....up one street, across two bridges, across a church square and down another street. We ...
... dominates this space and is probably the most beautiful cathedral that we have seen yet (and we have seen a LOT of cathedrals). These Italians sure do know their religious buildings.
Continuing further, we reached the edge of the city and enjoyed some glorious views over the bay leading to the Mediterranean Sea. A couple were even having their wedding pictures taken on the edge of the jetty. Aww.
Winding our way back, we stopped ...
... domes? It looks impressive from above as we found out when we went up the Bell Tower. In fact, it looks impressive from every angle and because it was believed to be the final resting place of Mark the Evangelist, the building was continuously embellished for centuries with subsequent rulers adding mosaics, marble columns....you name it, they added it!
As I was taking a photo of Mark in St Marks Square - seemed appropriate, a Swiss ...
... had dinner in the restaurant underneath the hotel – I had my first real Italian pasta (with seafood) and DCD an entree of tortellini and a pork chop for main.
The next day we went strolling through the streets (or are they laneways?) and had a look at the wares and some of the buildings and lots of gondolas and boats. May take a gondola trip on the last day but they are expensive. I have read if you try and get one during the tourist lunch period it ...