Venice Hotel Villa Dori
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... with many corridors and exhibits. When the boys started looking out the window at the seagulls on the marble window ledge, instead of at the intricate models of a 16th century Venetian warship, we knew it was time to be done!
We got the kids panini and with Jonah as babysitter, Mike and I enjoyed a romantic (and quiet!) evening out at a lovely restaurant. It was nice to have some couple-time together and the kids enjoyed a parent-free movie night in the ...
... is surprisingly dirty and unkept. We noticed that graffiti is widespread across Spain but in Madrid it reached the point of being a real eye sore. In addition, we were continuously warned about the many skilled pickpockets in the city so we started to get a bit paranoid and spent a couple of hours in a PLaza sipping wine and looking for the thieves. They were surprisingly easy to spot when you were not walking about.. Fortunately, we were careful and left with ...
... only assume is the tempreture of the sun. After 30 minutes Henry and I decided we could no longer stand it and sought refuge in a cooler carriage. We waited it out for a while and decided it was better off trying to take the heat than lie down in the corridor. On our return we were greeted by the beautiful sight of the rest of the guys asleep and it wasn't much longer til Henry joined them. Leaving just me awake.
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The Venice campsite is on the sea edge looking out towards Venice. The ferry stops 2 mins from the site. It is drizzly and the campsite is waterlogged and difficult to find a spot that was reasonable and not under water. It is definetly warmer here at around 12 ...
... a beautiful day with clear blue skies – and so everyone was out in full force! We must have heard at least 10 different languages – and maybe only a couple U.S. southern accents :) The square was just how pictures show it: hundreds of pigeons flying around and thousands of tourists busily photographing the surrounding architecture.
We continued to the waterfront and couldn’t resist getting some cold, creamy gelato ...