Marco Polo Terme
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and scarf. I have been wearing my gloves in the evening as we walk through the allies. There are no automobiles or bicycles on the island, People walk or take the water bus. Ash has been absolutely wonderful in navigating through allies and water ways. She has a great sense of direction and is not afraid of getting lost... I am quite the opposite. We rarely hear English here, mostly ...
... and canals taking in everyday life and scenery. It was an amazing experience to see a city function on water with buses, police, ambulances, transport and garbage collection all done in boats of all shapes and sizes. There is also the added attraction of the gondolas. We got lost numerous times and I had a diggins of a time trying to read the map. In the end I gave up and let my little travel buddy, Rellie take over. She did a good ...
We didn't have any cooking facilities in the hotel obviously so there wasn't much choice. The nest day we went to the small pizza takeaway shop and a big slice of pizza cost 2.50 € for margarita and 3.50 € for the ones with toppings. The cheapest pizza we saw is 6€ for margarita! but make sure that they are not charging you all these extra cost. Some restaurants do not charge extra for cover and service charge so check before you enter. ...
... the destruction if the Costa Concordia had crashed into St. Mark’s Square?) The departure from Venice was incredibly picturesque. John has been infatuated by the “blow up doll” on display for the Venice art festival, la Biennale Venezia which ends in November. It’s inflated each morning and is deflated in the evening. A British artist’s idea of a beautiful feminine body. We had a ...
... views of the Piazza San Marco and the Chiesa San Giorgio Maggiore, as well as the San Marco and Giudecca canals.
We headed west again along the southern shore of Dorsuduro toward the university district. Near the Campo Santa Margherita we stopped at a sidewalk café for lunch. We had pasta with vegetables and spaghetti with cuttlefish. Later we stopped for gelatto - mango and red grapefruit!