Hotel Terme Universal Abano Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Abano Terme
... the church bells were ringing 6pm. We found Caffe' Rosso & grabbed an outdoor table overlooking the square. Ordered what they are famous for, a Spritz (prosecco & bitters cocktail). Ah, & a bowl of salty potato chips, this was the life.
Had dinner two doors down at Cantini di Millevini, ordered some fried sardines & a pizza with proscuitto & mushrooms & some prosecco. It was fun to sit ...
... people, restaurants and tourist trap stalls. The restaurants are not very intrusive as they are all around the edge but we both agreed that the cheap junk stalls have no place in such a historic centre.
From their we walked to the Rialto Bridge which is the first bridge to have been built in Venice. There are now about 460 bridges in the city. My ...
Today is our last day in Venice. Our plan was to catch a train to Milan, then to Tirano and a final train to st moritz. Another early day began we ate our continental breakfast and headed off to the water bus. We caught the water bus to the train station, we had just missed the first train and we had an hour to wait. Mum and dad decided to go and get a gelato and some souvenirs. Matt and I waited and Waited because we wanted to get a gelato. 40 ...
... ships passing. How amazing is this! Now I am remembering how slow the service is in Italia, but since I am on vacation I will not stress about it. What an experience to watch the sun set over the Venice lagoon! There is a light breeze blowing and bringing with it the smell of the sea. 22 E for dinner, not great, but not terrible either. I'm sure I will do better tomorrow when I am able to look further for food. I wanted to stay ...
... it on their way to judgment. Kate really wanted to purchase a Venetian mask, so somehow we managed to find our way to Rialto Bridge, where there were several mask shops among others. She was so pleased with herself that she proposed that we skip catching the vaporetto, which is the water bus, and attempt to make our way back to the bus rendezvous point on foot. Now usually I'm up for a challenge, but to describe the layout of Venice streets as a maze ...