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A beautiful sunny morning greeting us as we start our checking out procedure and head for Florence. We have had the greatest time in Venice , walking for miles, catching the so crowded water buses, shopping and learning and laughing. Goodbye Venice , thanks for all the ...
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- "Vaporetto" passes get you public transportation all over the Venice area (boat and bus).
- The "embarcadero" is the point of embarkment for boats.
- Lido station is Santa Maria Elisabetta station.
- The bus stops at every 500 meters. Which stop were we to take? None of the stops are named... - We asked for Malamocco town center to passengers who ...
... would have even got to standing up in the aisle. There are no signs anywhere and some of the people are quite rude. The exception have been the hotel staff here. Right down to the bar maid who gave Andrew and I a free lemon liquor to try for a nightcap. We have just had a staff member knock on our door. They have alarms in the showers. Kylie must have knocked hers. When he couldn't get any response he came to us. Andrew went down ...
... sheltering collapsed under the weight of the ash, killing them. Modern research has identified these people as the slaves of a nobleman.
A large amount of work has been by the Italians to restore vast parts of Pompeii to what it would have looked like before it was destroyed. As I said earlier, Pompeii was much bigger than I thought. It had two semi circular theatres, as well as a large, Colosseum like structure. One of the theatres has been completely restored, to the point ...
... the my first stop at St. Marc's Basilica. Wow. I could not believe the people in the square and around the church. It was remarkable. The church was spectacular. Mosaic golden tile murals filled the roof tops. I took a walk along the waterfront and made my way into the streets again looking for the Rialto Bridge. I found it quickly and was stunned at the people. I took a few pictures and headed back. By ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking