Terme Venezia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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(Ruby) Today we went to Venice with Tim. First we went on a water bus and Lily Olivia and Allegra kept on whining about sitting down. I didn't whine but I did want to sit down. Anyway when we got off we went in to town (they do have some places to walk.) We went past some people that were throwing balls and when it landed it turned into something that look like jelly and then it turns back again. We were whining about being hungry and about ...
... off point, and then trouble getting the car rental people in the airport to tell us where it was. Eventually we made it, but it was a lot more annoying than we would have liked. Then we caught a bus (by the skin of our teeth) into Venice, and a boat to our hotel. In Venice, very little of the city is accessible by car, so the public transit is mostly boat based. Anyways, we ...
Sunday 6 October - the day dawned wet .... We ended up having breakfast at the same place we had dinner last night. Although the sign on the door said no dogs allowed, an elderly gentleman came in with his. Obviously a regular customer. Not content to stay by his master the little canine decided to sit in front of Christine and watch her eat every mouthful of her breakfast. When no tidbits were forth coming the soft whines started. Thankfully it was sson time to pay the ...
... with platforms showing 10 minutes before time and flashing lights as the train approaches. There was plenty of space for luggage aboard, and tv screens that not only gave you weather info about where you were going, but also gave you platforms and times of trains in stations you were going into.
When I think of what Lyn has to pay to travel into London, often standing in crushed trains most of the way it becomes more apparent that our train system is not a ...
... goodness knows how we made it in the end, - the blinking map was very little assistance really, it only gives the most genral idea of where you are. At Fondamenta Neuova we purchased 12 hour vaparetto (Ferry) tickets and jumped on the 4.1 heading to Burano - we got off at San Michelle however. This si the Cemetary Island, we had a bit of a wallk but didn't stay long as Sam didn't like it and you weren't allowed to ...