- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Last day of holidays today. Tomorrow we catch our flight home! Where has the 4 weeks gone? Well, I didn't lose at the casino. In fact I won 40 euro! The casino was a discussing dive of a place! We only stayed about an hour. It was old, smelly and you had to buy a 10 euro token for the tables or machines, before you could get in. You could not cash it back, you had to use it. The machines are so old the colours on the pictures were all ...
... group singing her . . . gave me chills. After St. Mark's Cathedral we took a nice water taxi ride to Murano. Murano is an island where they only make glass. There are several glass factories. Everything is hand made in super hot ovens. The artisan glass makers are highly skilled and the precise sill and speed with which they practice their craft is incredible. Of course, this is where I bought my first souvenirs. For dinner that night we back to Cafe ...
... a bit on the aggressive side at 85 or 90 miles per hour (130 to 140 kmh). Our tiny Citroen C1 with manual transmission did it best to keep the pace. Alice and I managed to keep our cool. One surprise, I'm convinced that the Italians are trying to pay off their national debt on the back of those of us who use the toll roads. Expensive. After arrival in Bologna I needed a break from the hectic city-to-city rush. I took the next day ...
... security together. We had already pulled all electronics, but one of our bags was flagged by security to be inspected, and that same agent asked us to join her at a table. The bag she pulled had a big S on it. I couldn't help but giggle—my daughter, a threat to security. The agent opened the bag, took out the fluffy cupcake patterned pillow, and found Sara's bottle of half consumed water at the bottom of her bag from the trip to Barcelona, the last time she ...
June 24th - Weather still extremely hot and not a cloud in the sky. It's very strange that the public transport here is more expensive than the private hire as return to Venice is 14 euro by ACTV (public) and only 9 euro by Marco Polo (private). The private ferry is also quicker but obviously a lot busier.
We disembarked near to Piazza San Marco and decided that as there is no tour bus to use we would walk to all the popular ...