Hotel Terme Metropole
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we are on shore at a free wifi cafe. We will still write our blogs daily but they won't be able to be published until we back off the cruise unless we purchase internet access which is unlikely. until then arivaderci. For the record today had been another warm/hot day although with a little light scattered cloud but not enough to give shade. Another late night. Craig to sleep at 1.30am, Ang at 2.45am by the time the blog was done and awake again by about ...
... sis and I sat on a bench in the garden, when all of the sudden a little sparrow came up in front of us, with it's mouth open. We were going to fed the pigeons again, but we thought he was cute and gave him some bread. All of a sudden, about 10 sparrows came up wanting bread. We later noticed that there were adult sparrows feeding the baby sparrows. The baby sparrows came up to us too, but ...
Due to some very sketchy wifi at our last hostel, I couldn't post my last blog up when we left Zagreb! So you guys are lucky and will be getting two blog posts in one day from me! We only spent two days in Venice, but as far as I'm concerned, two days of getting lost is enough for me! Leading up to our time in Venice, everyone that we had spoken to about the city only had one thing to say: just get lost. I honestly had no idea ...
... in our tents. Yes, our budget had pushed us out of Venice Island into a campsite where tents were going for 10 euros. We weren't complaining though - that's a phenomenal deal in a tourist filled city. In the evening, we made our way to Venice Island and walked around in the beautiful sinking city. It is even more majestic during the night although thousands of tourists flocking the street and hawkers constantly in your face take away the charm slightly. We wandered ...
... few glasses of wine as the sun went down and the musicians came by. Gladly, we left for the bus station before it got dark. It is so hard to navigate your way around Venice as it is so huge and most of the alleyways are so small that they are not labelled on the map we had. We eventually found our way back to the bus station and headed back to our campsite. I want to say that I loved Venice. It's not that I hated it, it just didn't live up to my ...