Vena d'Oro Hotel Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tour of Dubai with Arabian adventures. Hearing about mosques and beaches and old town of Dubai. Including a wiz around a museum. They do things very well here however I'll never understand why they wear so many clothes. The heat is unbearable. Taking us past some famous buildings and palaces. Finishes with a trip to the souq. (A place for trading) There was a catch though. Forty minutes in the very hot and very crowded gold market with hagglers. Very good and totally ...
... We walked up to the doors, I gave a little push, and surprisingly the door opened. We sneaked inside the little chapel area, though we got the distinct impression we were not supposed to be there. We got a few photos, went around the corner, and there was a desk with a tourist guide sitting behind it selling tickets to the archeological site in the basement, they were still open for another 20 minutes, so we hadn't been trespassing after all. We continued wandering the city ...
... the island on our own. Just as the crowds began to really swell (cruise ships arriving) we were whisked off to the Island of Burano. Burano is essentially a fishing village made famous for the colourful houses (matching the fishing boats) and lace. We enjoyed an amazing multi-course lunch at a family restaurant: Raspo de Uvo (The Bunch of Grapes I think?), with wines and apperitiff! A little time to wander the island and walk if our lunch was very relaxing, back to Lido ...
... body was smuggled back from Egypt in a barrel with pork. The ceiling inside the basilica is made from mosaic of gold, bronze and stones showing the wealth of the Venetians. The architecture also has Byzantine influence from the East due to being such large traders. The ceilings were amazing and probably the best decorations we have seen yet.
Next we had a demonstration of Venetian glass blowing and saw a man make a glass Ferrari horse in under a minute. Was pretty impressive. ...
... what I had for breakfast, this may be a big ask!.
As soon as we reach the bridge near the train station I know exactly which way to go and while I could not determine at exactly which hotel we stayed (should have pulled out the old photos) I know I am in the right place. There are also many little eateries so there are some amazing smells wafting around. Although we resisted the temptation to try, there several shops selling exquisite pastries and cakes ...