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Goodbye to Endersbach today. We are off to Venice by plane with Air Berlin then we start the cruise on May 15th. The flight from Stuttgart to Venice was 55 minutes. We took a water bus from the airport to Fondamente Nova. It cost 15 Euro each and took about 30 minutes. We walked the streets in the ...
... workout! We explored the city of Venice for the rest of the afternoon which was nice and did a little bit of shopping. Later that night we caught the waterbus to the train station (yes there is a water bus that pulls up right out the front of our hotel - should have looked in to the before we walked with all of our bags), sorted out our tickets to Bolzano and also did some washing at a laundromat near by. Everything was going well until the washing ...
... 8217;d got the point the point where we’d seen one church, we’d seen them all.
So there you go, Venice in a whirlwind. The pasta is out of this world (if you don’t go to the tourist places) and the backstreets with little bridges and little apartments with colourful shutters provides you with a sense of safety even though you haven’t a clue where you are.
Would I go back? 100% yes. Although maybe not in ...
... 40 in tolls! That was a little expensive, so we decided to take the toll free route. We knew that this meant more scenic driving, little villages and slower speeds. We didn’t know it meant winding mountain roads, merciless, insane Italian drivers and endless hours of driving. Beezel was feeling more than a little sick after ~2 hours of winding mountain roads, and trust me when I say that the Italian methods of driving only become apparent when you leave the motorways.
... found one where the art of glass blowing was being demonstrated; an artful mix of dexterity and extremely good timing as a molten blob of glass is worked into hollow and solid shapes.
As with the Mozart concert in Paris, the setting of an old, impressive church is a great venue to listen to classical or baroque music. The CSV is impressive, with carved stone and painted murals. Musicians great, concert excellent. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed