Hotel Terme Universal Abano Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... It feels so good to be among family. Sarah is out cycling around town somewhere. Jenn takes us to see The Last Supper. It fills the top half of an end wall in what was the refectory in a monastery. It is over 4 metres by 2.5. It is captivating. A fresco that is over 500 years old, has survived poor attempts at renovation, desecration by Napoleon and an almost bombing in WW2. In the brief 15 minutes you are allowed in to see it you are ...
... a slight cloud cover. It made for a beautiful night! Couple that with reflection in the water and the bells from St. Mark's-beautiful. Things I miss from the States : large glasses of ice water. For a city built on water, the Italians are much more liberal with their alcohol and wine than their water. You must ask and the glasses are tiny!!!! Most of their bottled water is "with gas" as the say. When in Italia . . ...
... and some nougat from the lolly shop. The children all ate some lollies and we spent some time in the apartment before going back out. We used the iPhone to try and find this jewellery shop we were at the day before to get some gifts for people. We walked around heaps before we found it. We bought a few things and then went to find this famous pasta place mummy had seen on trip advisor. It was called Alfredo's pasta, ...
... to have a look round Katakalon. There was a free shuttle bus that took us to the little township, where every shop owner was out on the pavement enticing you into their shop. Christine and Kathy were looking in the window of a Jewellery shop when the owner invited them in and locked the door behind them. When we were finished browsing and said we wouldn't be buying anything he let us out. A little disconcerting to say the least. The rain started to get heavier but ...
... food before - taramosalata, tzatziki and moussaka for example. Nevertheless we got the good oil (olive of course) and some traditional recipes. Then on to Dubrovnik, Croatia. Another drive in the countryside then into the old city, surrounded by the best preserved set of city walls in Europe. All in all there were around 600 stairs to negotiate on the lap of the walls and we did it in just over two hours, ...