Millepini Terme Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... here, ever turn over their stock of merchandise. There are just stockpiles of it. Here in Venice..carnivale masks and bits of glass fashioned into anything, in Barcelona...Gaudi lizards headed the list of any type of religious, animal or flamenco dancing girl figurines, in Paris...eiffel tower key rings and anything that could be stamped with I ♥ Paris. Cant wait to see what is popular in Florence and Rome. And in having received ...
... and wondering the many tourist hot spots we settle for some bruschetta and red wine! Sooo relaxing until I get shat on by a pigeon, that's ok I can handle that. Until I get shat on for the second time Looking for a gondola ride we find out how much they cost 80 euro!!! That's almost a whole days budget gone lol. We skip the gondola (as we didn't want to ride for 40 minutes anyway) ...
... for this project as well as their palazzo in the center of Rome. The inside of the villa decorated completely in frescoes as most villas and palazzos of its time, and the outside with endless formal gardens and fountains.
Our second villa of the day was Villa Lante in Bagnaia, just outside of Viterbo. This villa focused on the extreme grade change of the site to create a processional experience through the formal gardens, using the flow of ...
... somewhere you thought wasn't even possible from where you had begun. But it's all part of the fun. Venice is so small and obviously surrounded by water you can't really get lost - unless you jump in the canal and start swimming I guess.
We happened upon a Traghetto point once we hit the Grand Canal. A Traghetto is a Gondola used as a crossing point where there is no bridge. Two men load the gondola full and you either stand or sit for the short ride across the Grand Canal. ...
... in cafes charging 20 Euros per coffee including cover charge to listen to the music (but it is free to walk past and appreciate the music drifting across the square) and took some night time photos. We then headed back again on the Vaporetto. At the Rialto stop, about half way back up the canal, the boat got really crowded with too many people cramming into the boat, pushing and shoving, and a man told Chris to get up as he wanted to sit down, that seat is reserved for ...