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Travel Blogs from Abano Terme
... and had an amazing selection of flavours. After getting a cone we decided it was our new best gelato joint in Venice, right up there with Vivoli’s in Florence. I had bacio and vanilla while Anoop sampled their berry cheesecake and orange/chocolate combo. Our new faves were bacio (chocolate/hazelnut) and the orange with chunks of chocolate. We continued our walk on the way to meet up with Dad & Tan. Once we met up with them we decided to take them back the way we ...
... the monastery was rebuilt in the 1960s.).
Travelling a few hundred metres down the hill, take a left turn and you will come across the Polish War Cemetery. There are also Commonwealth; German and Italian war graves in the vicinity, but only the Polish have a cemetery on the mountain. Entry to the cemetery is free and it is the final resting place of 1,051 Free Polish soldiers. Even the Polish general and his immediate subordinate were laid to rest here, even though they died 25 ...
than sleeping on the street!!
We took a 7 hour
train ride to Milan and then another 2 hour train ride to Venice. Our hotel is
awesome! It’s not on the island but we can take a 10 minute train ride that
costs €1.20. Today we walked all around Venice and took a gondola ride! The
gondola man charged €120.00 so we got a Russian couple to join us so the price
was cut ...
... next week, we’ll try to head out that way. Some of the glass has made it’s way to the shops of Venice. We entered a few to admire the intricate craftsmanship. I admired the abstract designs of the wine bottle stoppers. These would certainly make someone a nice present for Christmas or otherwise. I know many people who enjoy drinking wine but I can’t think of any who would have still have some left in the bottle at the end of an evening in order ...
could take for no extra cost. PHEW! almost epic fail on my part. almost.
After that got figured out, we settled in, locked up our stuff and did
some lounging around the hostel and caught up with friends and such. We
then headed to the main island for some exploring of touristy shops and
Italian architecture. There are canals everywhere and buildings right on
top of each other, and flowers out of ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center