Hotel Terme Universal Abano Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... even more gorgeous than I remembered. Travelling completely solo for the first time ever, I was a little worried whether I'd like it or not. I have spent a few days on my own on past trips to Peru and Sri Lanka, and felt a bit timid - a big issue with me is my craptastic sense of direction and ability to lose myself in even the easiest situations. I think because I was staying in Venice for so long, I wasn't as concerned about this, knowing that I had more than ...
... San Marco about the centre of the islands that we all recognise Venice for. There are no vehicle of any sort including bicycles, the occasional exception being hand drawn sack barrows and carts. The place where we were dropped off at was thronging with people and the ferry's full with long queues and people moving in all directions. It was like an underground rail service on water. We couldn't see anyone to assist so Craig decided to walk believing ...
... the prices don't really matter because he just became a millionaire, so we tell the waiter to have the chef cook his specialty and bring us the best wine accompaniment. The squid, octopus, and fish are all cooked to perfection, but of course I have room for another gelato as we head to Burano.
I can only imagine how beautiful Burano is with its multi-colored houses and fisherman galore. Again, the boat was free and the water was ...
My train arrived in Venice, late afternoon on December 26th.
Having some time to kill before Haley, Katelyn and Robin arrived, I made my way to my hostel. Definitely not the most lavish hostel I have stayed in, but considering I was staying in Venice on a budget, it was a nice clean room to stay in. I dropped off my stuff and headed right back out the door. I spent a few hours walking around close to the hostel, doing some window shopping, looking for restaurants and watching ...
... in a tent. As we had a free bed in our cozy little bungalow we invited him to join us for the next two night, which he appreciated. He lugged his gear into our cabin and we called it a day.
The next morning we arose to cold temperatures and crisp air that would fog as you speak. We rugged up in our warmest clothes; I got my knit from the bottom of my bag which hasn't been worn since Switzerland (and which was worn for the next 10 days! Thats backpacking for ya.). We ...