Hotel Villa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... Claudia and Giuseppe, but Matilde has been quite sick so they were unable to join us. The hotel we found is really nice, in a great location and we have 2 rooms that are adjoining so the kids are in one and we are in the other. There are lots of little shops downstairs from us so Paul and I are taking turns in popping out for a look as it's way to hard to this with the boys. We had lunch in a great little seafood restaurant that John has been to before and ...
We were unable to spend a day in Rome, because all of the night trains were booked. We hoped to get a sleeper or couchette car on the train from Venice to Salzberg, but there was no room. We had to alter our plans a bit. We still arrived in Venice but only stayed an hour. Then we headed to Salzberg a day early. Salzberg is very busy in the summer, ...
... a whisper as he didn't want his co-workers to hear.
Food wise - John and Dale's dish was the best - fried mixed seafood platter. They especially liked the fried minnows. I'm not that big of a seafood lover so I skipped sampling it.
I was really tired after dinner so Andy and I headed back to the hotel while John and Dale went to explore more of Venice.
Tomorrow we are going to the Academia Museum and maybe one of the nearby islands - Murano or Burano.
... es grande cosa.
My good experiences with hostels continued Sunday night when I was checking in as I was talking with two young ladies (you can already see why I said good, huh? ;) ), one from Chicago and the other from Columbus. I've learned if you're going to make friends, you have to be quick and willing to change your plans split second. They said they were going to watch the soccer game between Italy and England so I asked if I could ...
... perspective of Venice, last night I took a tour with a local at night to gear the myths and mysteries of the town. There are the obligatory stories of ghosts, suicides and curses, and whilst I'm not one to believe this stuff, walking around narrow, dark, misty, and hauntingly quiet streets in the evening, such long tales become easier to imagine than you would think possible. It's time to get out of here. I've been traveling eight weeks today, and Italy ...