Marco Polo Terme
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We’re not willing to part with the 80 euros for a half hour trip with a gondolier who
rows with one hand and holds his cell phone in the other (no lie… we saw many
chatting away while paddling), but we hopped on one at the Traghetti stops where
gondolas ferry you across canals far from bridges ...
... Museo Correr covers a vast collection of the art and history of Venice and Europe. It included a complete collection of coinage dating back to 3 BC, Sculptures, a complete library documenting the history of Venice, scale models and even a unicorn horn (No kidding).
After several hours we were once again numb from museum overload. We walked from San Marco Square to the Rialto bridge where we had lunch outside along the canal. We were so fond of this area we returned ...
Today we woke up and had some peach, strawberries and lemon, carrot and orange juice. Then we went for a walk and found a bakery were I got a croissant and hot milk. We then set of again and walked around Venice. We then came across a bakery and we were hungry we each got a chocolate, when I bit into it my tooth came out . I'm very excited. We eventually got to the main square by that time we were all tired and ready to take a break so we got on a gondola and had a 40 minute tour ...
... where we needed to go (which was only across the street!) and then said our thank yous and goodbyes. We would have been stuffed without those two! We were greeted by Phillip who showed us around their beautiful apartment. His partner Yonathan was still at work. They also have a tiny little chiwawa named Kicka. After having a shower I went straight to bed. Travelling is fairly tiring even if it's not really that far ...
... Alice did the sightseeing on her own. After three months together, every day, the break did both of us some good. On our way out of town two day later we stopped at a "traditional" balsamic vinegar location. Private tour of the family run operation where they take either 12 or 26 years to produce some very fine vinegar. We then moved on to Verona, famous for it connection with William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliette. Great Roman Arena ...