Vena d'Oro Hotel Terme
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... unique experience as tourists don't usually use this mode of cheap 'pedestrian' transport. Traghetti are gondola ferries that cross the Grand Canal from one side to the other. The crossing is so short you stand up in the gondola. The ferry crossing may be cheap for locals at 70c but they charge tourists 2 euros. It really annoys me when there is one cost for locals and another for tourists. ...
... canals, they said, were architectural gems.
Ottobre 4th 2013.
Today, Signora has been let loose to revisit Venice alone. It's my chance to show my worth. You may recall, the last time Signora was alone in a city, Seville back in March, her backpack was rifled. As Head of Security, I checked her over and offered advice before she departed - I am happy to say that we are friends again.
I am now writing this blog in a small bar with ...
We bid farewell to Barcelona on 4 hours sleep at 7:30 as the rest of the city still had another 5 hours of sleep to go - which was evident in the streets being completely deserted. Made our way to the airport swiftly as I had no idea what Ryan Air had in store for us, but fearing the worst! And I was proved right, note to self - never fly Ryan air again. Complete disorganised **** fight. Pay the extra (which after all the money-grubbing wont actually be that much). Delayed ...
... only some of whom knew the rule of keeping to the right. After passing through St. Mark's Square and its throngs of tourists, we located the panini shop recommended by the hotel concierge. The beer definitely improved my attitude! We tried a different route to return to the hotel, mostly to test our map reading skills.
We were forced to scrap our plans for a siesta before ...
... women wander in costume. Music fills the streets and every turn brings a new genre of music and talent. We walk for hours in the cold anticipating fireworks although maybe have been misinformed. After tea and a snack and time to warm up, we head back and call it a day. We have seen plenty.
Over here there seems to be many "I just don't get it moments." And especially before bedtime when I am tired, cold, feet and hips ache and things should just make sense. Like why ...