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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Serena Mestre
Hotel was lovely, quite easy to find and good for bus and train routes into Venice.
Staff were very helpful with directions. Breakfast was lovely, as were the fully equipped room
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... After I had sorted everything out I was lucky enough that Jess was around to point out to me the things I had done wrong and it is that sort of feedback that really makes me want to lift my game and do better next time. We set off after a very enjoyable time around the lakes and today our destination is Venice, not actually around the canals but a campsite nearby. The first part of the drive was through the mountains on ...
... had our big bags on it was hard
not to stop and admire the scenery.It was only about 10 minutes and we made it to the B&B. Itala, the hostess, was extremely kind and showed us around the whole house. She showed us all the supplies we had access to. When she took us in to our room i was shocked. It was huge!! So much space. Big bed, bed sides, fridge, lounge, big dresser, built in, air con, plenty of ...
... br> So, today was a long day of walking to the point that both our legs ache and Kamie is highly questioning his previous demands that we walk the 294 steps up to the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in a few days. I was so enthralled with my eyes today that I didn't eat but two gelato all day! The mint was good and the hazelnut so~so. Tonight, I skipped dinner and Kamie picked-up a small sandwich (prosciutto and funghi) at ...
... to soak in the city, and went for a very long walk around the grand canal. Venice is not the easiest city to navigate within and we kept losing our way. On the bright side, we worked off some of the pizza we've been eating!
At the end of our walk, we treated ourselves to tea at caffe Quadri in St. Mark's square. St. Mark's square is quite magical - it has a fabulous view of the basilica and palace. It's also a ...
... from the vent. Not long later, Bryan and I converted our seats into a cot of sorts (they slide down to meet in the middle). The trick is, the "bed" was not much wider than Bryan's shoulders. But we slept, head next to each others' feet on and off the rest of the night. And so did the three other people in our compartment.
When we finally pulled into Venice, we could see our cruise ship sitting in port. As we pointed it out to each ...