Hotel Terme Metropole
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Next on the must-see list of Italy was Venice. For pure wow factor alone, this may be one of my all time favorite cities. The island portion of Venice is truly fascinating with no motor vehicles or really even bicycles, because anything with wheels would need to navigate a veritable maze of waterways, bridges, and stairs. Transportation by boat is the norm and the water buses are just as efficient as a regular city bus with a no nonsense pick up and drop off and move on routine. One of ...
... 8217;t know what it was until we read about it and the outside really wan’t that impressive, we decided not to spend the money and went to find the Bridge of Sighs (actually part of the palace) and discovered it is under construction. We then went to find the Rialto Bridge, the most famous of the 3 bridges that cross the Grand Canal. The bridge has shops on it and there is a fruit, vegetable and [stinky] fish market close by that we walked through. ...
Quite a long-ish journey from Naples to Venice. Had to change trains at Rome and while we were there we bought some DECENT crisps (i got pringles) - The italians are RUBBISH for crisps, can't even describe the disappointment when you are eating them. Got to Venice and after assuming it would be smelly and dirty (don't know why) it wasn't at all. Really is beautiful. Got the boat/bus to the hostel down the grand canal. Our hostel was AMAZING, ran by ...
We initially thought the seven hour long train ride to Venice was going to be brutal, but we found many things to keep us entertained. First, almost every other passenger who boarded our car in Geneva was a member of some sort of Jewish youth camp. We thoroughly enjoyed listening to one of the camp counsellors (who was an exact duplicate of Matthew Rosenburg) shooting snarky comments at his whiny campers. We were soon distracted by the ...
... You'll NEVER use those!”) and in the shop where we found the best deal and the nicest ones, the sales lady said, “They are not all the same price, and sometimes people put them back in the wrong places, and cover them with their finger prints”. She was nice enough, and didn't say it in a complaining tone, so I said, “Stupid Americans” to which she replied, “No. Stupid is everywhere”. This was re enforced in Milan where we transferred trains. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed