Il Nido di Giulietta & Romeo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... been speaking Italian wherever he can. Some people just refuse and continue to speak english, but others have congratulated him :) and the gondola man even spoke a whole crazy fast sentence in italian at him and he picked up most of it. Meanwhile, i heard a mum calling at her kid who ran off 'orso, orso' and i said to ant hehe shes calling him bear :) Lots of Aussies around. Apparently i sound really Australian. In which case i blame ant for why the french were rude to us ...
... Stafano asks how do we get to San Marco Square ??
"Walk straight up, turn left. "
That doesn't sound too promising. We think because we didn't buy anything they are kicking us out somewhere in the deep forest of Venice , we don't have any maps because we thought we would be ferried back to the same jetty. Oh well, straight up , turn left. The canal we are in is like a back lane, no people, no anything, but I think we are at the back of the ...
This morning was not as tough as it could have been. 730 start, the guys woke me up with only 15 minutes before we had to get on the water taxi. Bit of a rush. Finishing that bottle of scotch last night wasn't the best idea. Fairly sure I was still drunk when we rocked up in Venice City. I remember feeling pretty good and there's a few pictures from the morning that I don't recall taking. Venice is ...
... listed on the schedule, and we were 3). We were the gang not leaving town. Each number had a different hotel to go to with a shuttle bus waiting to take them. I only saw Orange 3 tags like ours. All orange 3s passed on the hotel options that were $900 and $500 a night in Venice itself. We were the cheap ones heading to a Crown Plaza waaaay out on the mainland. We were shuttled to the middle of nowhere on the other side of the airport to spend our final night. Lisa and I decided this was ...
We continu to tour this amazing island We went on a walking tour, saw a church that was dedicated to Virgin Mary, the first church built in Venice was dedicated eventually to Pope John Paul the first, Marco Polo building, and so many more to name. We also saw the Palace of the Doges in the San Marco Plaza, the bell tower and the clock tower. Tim is loving the history here and well I am enjoying the various shops!!!! ...