Hotel Abano Leonardo Da Vinci Terme & Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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We woke up to the constant pealing of bells rolling through a blanket of fog in the city. I took a trip up the stairs to our altana for a few quick shots in the early morning light, all was quiet in this corner of town save for the occasionally early riser out for a walk with their dog.
We wandered over to the nearest church, San Francesco around 9am an parsed through the various flyers and announcements to figure out when services were. Went in through the ...
... as tomorrow Malcolm and Karen board the cruise ship, “Ventura” at about lunch time, for a couple of weeks. A little earlier in the day, Jodie will take the water-bus to the Venice Airport for her flight to London. There she will catch up with friends and will be staying with Larni and Richo. For those who do not know the couple, Larni and Richo are good friends of Jodie’s who are from Perth. Larni and Jo shared a ...
... courtyard and admired the Giant's Staircase, so-called because of the two huge statues of Mars and Neptune that grace the top landing, a symbol of the Republic's authority over land and sea. The courtyard was still fairly quiet and peaceful at this time of the morning.
Our guide came to collect us at the meeting point for the Secret Itinerary tour. She was a little, well, rough around the edges, I guess. We felt like she ...
... it was cooling down a bit, I headed out to get some dinner, with a plan to tour the Jewish Ghetto at dusk. On my way, a waiter convinced me to eat at his outdoor bistro by the church that houses the remains of St Lucy. He and his colleagues were very entertaining. I had a nice meal starting with an antipasti platter of dried ham and melon (which surprisingly works well together!), gnocchi in a tomato ragu, and tiramisu for dessert. Then ...
... without having a GPS or even a phone or a map. He just didn't understand how I was able to get around without any help.Upon pondering his question, the answer I gave him surprised even myself.G: How do you do it? Are you not afraid of being lost in a foreign land? Stuck somewhere? Just plain lost?M: Actually, as a traveler by nature, I believe I am lost to begin with. My entire purpose in this life is to go on a journey to find myself.He sat there amazed at ...