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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Caught train back from Monterosso to Parma, via La Spezia. La Spezia is a big city, and didn't look too appealing at all. Very hot day again, but we made it safe and sound. Arrived back at our apartment, was a long day. We've been spending a bit of time on trains and in stations, but we opted for that rather than driving a car. There are some crazy drivers here, but there are bikes everywhere, more likely to knock a cyclist off their bike rather than hitting ...
... that guide all water traffic turned to the east. After 15 minutes of cruising and three stops at docks along the city outskirts, we turned and headed due north towards Isola di San Michele, the Venice Cemetery, and just beyond that, the island of Murano. Passing the San Michele, I learned that only citizens of Venice were allowed to be buried in this cemetery.
Along the way one of my questions about the essential services in Venice was answered. ...
... Venice making a one further stop at a packed roadhouse, having a meal before continuing on to our accommodation called “Holiday Inn”. The countryside was mainly flat and filled with corn, which seemed to be the main crop of the area we traveled. The Holiday Inn looks great and our room is very clean, large and I think will be most suitable for us. It seems to be well run and even has a shuttle run to the centre of Venice. We are 10 kms ...
... of info was repeated through both tours. **Note: they will sell you coverings for your knees/shoulders for 1 euro in the cathedral, this would have been nice to have been told by the tour office before i bought a new dress for this purpose...
However, the gondola ride was great, very happy to have done it, though would be amazing to do a private one.
In Italy you do not need to tip the waiters, most of the time a ...
As a former New Orleans resident, I love Mardi Gras. The local's version of Mardi Gras, not the touristy-flashing-girls-sorority/frater nity-pay-$20-for-a-drink-so-you-can-sta nd-in-line-30-minutes-for-a-disgusting- bathroom-on-Bourbon-Street Mardi Gras. I like the neighborhood-hang-out-with-friends-and- family-watch-parades-with-a-clean-restr oom-nearby Mardi Gras. I like Venice's Carnevale too. It is somewhere in between the two New Orleans versions of Mardi Gras. As a ...