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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in a small out of the way osteria. Met some brothers and sisters as they manned a literature cart in one of the squares. Shopped.
And now we begin the packing, as tomorrow morning we are on our way. It's been a great trip. I will not try to sum up everything now, because I don't think I really can. We all agreed today that we got everything we wanted out of this adventure and we are now ready to come home.
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... maps and following directions through the many mazes we encountered. The old part of these cities have crooked streets and at times no rhyme or reason to street/alley names often changing street names mid way (this was very confusing). My girl, Ash never gave up and always found our destination. I am forever grateful to my special Ashley. Who knows what our future will ...
... of the globe. There are many tourists here even though it's really past the peak tourist season but as we plan to avoid many of the touristy haunts we probably won't be bothered too much. Dinner was at our sister hotel on the grand canal waterfront and it was one of the best meals we've had and with a very cheery waiter! Tomorrow we plan to explore further into the back ...
... and hit most key spots more than once per day. Bobbing and weaving and getting lost was the best way to find the best restaurants, and if you are willing to venture away from the crowds the more unique and inexpensive the shops and ristorantes became. We ventured to Murano on day three. Known for its glass factories, we were both disappointed that Venice wasn't our last stop so we could make some unique purchases. Overall in Venice, prosecco truly ...
... made the substantial drive to Verona- the setting of Romeo and Juliet. We had the afternoon and evening to explore and were able to make it to Juliet's house to see her balcony. The space is full of locks and letters all over the walls, declaring love or seeking advice. The letters that are posted get a response if you leave a return address, which is kind of fun. We ate dinner in the square by the ancient arena (looks similar to the Colosseum but ...