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TravelPod Member ReviewsLugano Torretta Venice
Everything was OK. The room was clean, the breakfast was good, the personnel helped us with indications. And the price is accesible compared to the prices in Venica
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Feeling like the past ten days can not be topped at the moment. The next ten days are the most adventurous with bike rides and hopping from Florence to Rome by train. This morning we've left Paris and Venice is our next stop. Staying at the Santa Marina Hotel. Our flight is on Transavia and this has not been without problems. The board read gate 9. We both saw gate 9 but the announcements are in ...
... dinner that night. I asked if maybe the coming evening would suit better, and she said yes, so it was off to the supermarket. After some quick discussion we settled on Clare's Parmesan Chicken, even though Matteo apparently didn't like mustard or Worcestershire sauce, because everyone likes Clare's Parmesan Chicken. There aren't many ingredients, so it was fairly easy to buy everything we needed - though we couldn't find parmesan so we used pecorino cheese instead. We cooked up ...
-people being sick
-yup even men urinating....."What else would you expect when you have to pay 1.5 Euros for every public washroom?" said Adam!
We are out of here and on the train by 9:30 am tomorrow and heading for Montreux, Switzerland with an hour train change in Milan for lunch tomorrow.
Three nights was the perfect amount of time to see ...
... many cups of coffee you can have in a wet day. We schlepped our bags up and down 7 or 8 bridges in the pouring rain looking for our vaporetto stop.
Terry perked up when we met the girl whose apartment we are renting. We are in a typical Venetian apartment block on Calle Paludo Sant'Antonio, a narrow alley, 2 minutes from the main lagoon. After we'd settled in, we walked, still in the pouring rain, 10 minutes to Via Guiseppe Garibaldi to ...
... We found a great place for dinner, I had pasta with shrimp and zucchini with garlic and oil. The food has been good every time we have eaten so far, so can't complain. After dinner we got lost trying to find our way back to the bus station and we're running in a time crunch because the busses stopped after 11:30 and we were cutting it close. It took us over an hour to find it and get to the bus. We finally got back around 12:00. That was the last night in Venice and last place ...