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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Pets allowed
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... Italy and I'm not overly impressed so far. I knew that Italy had a tough time since the global financial crisis but everything just looks so run down. Theres all the buildings and towns which look like they should be beautiful, but the paints peeling off and they look like they could just fall down. The crazy thing is there's people living in them too! Mestre seems the same it looks old and of ...
... ice creams here are the best I have had! Evening see us head out through Marks Square to a beautiful hotel on the Grand Canal where we sit outside and share a bottle of pros secco and watch the gondolas pass by. Following this we find our own gondola at St. Marks Square and he takes us through the canals and under the Sighs Bridge, pointing out points of interest on the way. He tells us that there are 433 Gondolas ...
... and Luigi's) tonight at 2000. The things you do whilst on holiday! Nikki wisely asked for the bulk of hers to 'take away' - she was going to heat it up for breakfast tomorrow. I gobbled mine up!
Football fever had hit Italy and they were playing Costa Rica this evening at 1800. Many patrons of the restaurant came in to dine and watch the game on the big screen here. Upon leaving the restaurant, Nikki and I went shoe shopping. Luigi rescued ...
... hotel. We thought this was a bit odd. After the world’s longest check in (45 minutes), we were soon going up to our room. When we reached our room, we understood why they didn’t have a reception desk.
Most hotels in Venice don’t have elevators, ours was like most of them. Luckily we only had 2 flights of steps to carry our bag up to. The room was a big improvement on our Paris accommodation and the ...
Buona sera! After a beautiful flight with clear blue sky's and stunning views across Europe my partner in crime and I have safely arrived in Venice... Mission number one accomplished... My personal highlight of the flight was flying over the Swiss alps as Rachel, rather aptly it has to be said, chose to play "mr blue sky" on her iPod... Absolute classic! Upon arrival ...