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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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Up early and on the speed train to Venice. Finally arrived after a 2 hour trip and a half hour hike to the hotel! Luckily it's a brand new hotel so comfy. We got ourselves rested and ready to go out. Venice is crazy so many people again everywhere ! We did a little boat ride did some shopping and then ...
... the bay to Venice. As I write this, there is a massive bulk-carrier tootling past across our bows less than 40m away.... ( yes, I did actually pace-out the 18m to the water first to get a true idea). Then it began to rain ....again... So we had a bit to eat and a little kip.....as you do. Tomorrow we will take the ferry across to Venezia and see what that holds for us. Our trip so far by road since leaving Germany, is only 920 km and we have used fuel at the ...
... in your mouth in a way, but its so flavorful you just want to keep eating it! It was the best pasta that I have ever had in my life. I also had some sweet wine, which was absolutely fabulous. Then came dessert. You couldn't just skip dessert at a place like this! Tracy had never had tiramisu so we got that to share- and it was the best choice ever. It was the best tiramisu that I have ever had. It was the perfect balance of coffee, chocolate, and ...
Long drive back to Rome from Venice, but we are making good time, so we decide to look for a vineyard as we drive through Tuscany on the autostrada. Jackie's Garmin comes through, kind of. We. Go to a place that is not a vineyard, but on the way, see a sign for one. It was very quiet, probably because everyone was eating and napping. ...
... architecture, charming alley ways, water buses, gondolas, arched bridges and of course, the criss crossing canals. St. Mark's Square was busy and lots of tourists were waiting to go into the Basilica, a beautiful building, with an onion-shaped dome on top and amazing coloured marble piers and floor to ceiling mosaics. Next to the Basilica is The Doge's Palace and the Bridge of Sigh's, which connects the Palace ...