Vena d'Oro Hotel Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... waiter. The large meal and alcohol all but finished us off. We felt tired as we went to. San Marco square for the second night to listen to the music and window shop on the way. Craig's daughters would have a ball here. The range of beautiful and unusual household ornaments is huge. On the way Ang bought some things for the kids that get fired into the air off a rubber band and spiral back to earth. It has a blue light and goes impressively high, with ...
The shutters in our room close out all light and Andrew and I found ourselves waking at almost 9.30 this morning!! After a late breakfast we all jumped on a vaporetto, went one stop and hopped off on the other side of the Grand Canal........luckily I had kept my map from last time we were in Venice and although it's starting to look a bit worse for wear, it had the instructions on it drawn by the hotel guy where ...
... to Villach, Austria. There we thought we boarded our train about a half hour earlier than the schedule said so again we were confused. It also didn't list the station we were going to. We had to wait in a little room with one other guy who was passed out on the floor from I assume having too much to drink! We finally got on our train and away we went and somehow got there at the same time. When we arrived we knew we had to take bus 15, no problem! ...
... the last few hours together before saying our goodbyes as the girls were leaving for Rome early the next morning and my track record of waking up early had been poor at best.
One of the biggest downsides of travel are the regular goodbyes that you have to deal with. People who were complete strangers and non-existent come into your life for a few days and through amazing companionship and hours of laughter leave great memories behind. They unknowingly leave ...
... unfortunately the card machine was 'broken' so we would have to pay by cash. We couldn't help feeling this was one dodgy place, we felt we were getting scammed, there was nothing we could do about it and he didn't seem to care.
After dropping our bags we headed out to get some dinner, it was 10.30pm by this time. We were under the impression Italian's ate late so didn't think we would have too much trouble finding somewhere that would serve us, ...