Millepini Terme Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... the Vatican, but I think Doges palace rivalled it. Opulent paintings and frescos lined every inch of the rooms in that palace. Quite extraordinary. Unfortunately we did not have the audio tour ( as they randomly shut down the audio tour desk only)'and we would have had to wait another hour so we did without. I find i almost need the audio tour. if I don't understand the context I don't enjoy the churches and museums. Following that we had a rest ...
... the "still or sparking water?" question with "still water" instead of "no thanks", and because the menu notes down the bottom that there is a 1.5E cover charge, plus a 12%25 service fee. Still, 20 Euro each isn't terrible for a nice night out. Just as we were leaving the restaurant, we got a bit of thunder. The weather report had indicated a 50%25 chance of storms, but it looked like it might just pass over without breaking. The thunder got louder, and it started ...
... wish to know where you are. We did not take one and ended up guessing if our stop is going to be next. The schedules seems pretty accurate, our trip was supposed to arrive at 16:37 and we did arrive on time.
Exploring Venice by foot
I see a big change in the profile of the tourists visiting Venice, or all famous cities alike. There are many tour groups of Chinese and Russian who make up the majority of tourists there. It's the same in Maldives where we ...
... here for another two whole days, so we will have plenty of time to see all the sights.
We did, however, experience the Cichetti crawl, where you have a Campari Spritzer, and it comes with bar snacks. There was so much that we could not fit in dinner.
The main thoroughfares were packed with people, but in the little back lanes, there were no people at all - quite refreshing.
... close by and I grab a light sweater and head back out. Venice is never still and as it is a Saturday night young people are out everywhere (and here as in everywhere in Italy they stand in the streets outside of bars drinking and laughing). A party atmosphere seems to prevail as I get a slice of pizza from a pizza window and wander the streets eating my slice and feeling very much at home, this is indeed the Venice of my ...