Travel Blogs from Rosolina Mare
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I walked back to my hotel in the pouring rain & Facetime'd home before going to bed. Jeff & Amelia had taken a Harley ride down to Serenbe. I had left Amelia in charge of making sure Jeff has a good Father's Day weekend & was glad she was enjoying time with her old dad. Austin was at Ft. Gillem doing his Army duties. Copper was squirrel watching & Bear was in front of his fan.
... tides and change in water levels throughout the day the Venice buildings are designed to take on water in the lower levels of the buildings. The hotels on the main island do not have any guest rooms until level 3. The buildings allow water into the bottom levels. Obviously the main form of transportation is by boat. Venice is beautiful and we wish we had more time to explore. After our tour we did some shopping and made our way back to the ferry. We ...
... Everywhere you turn there is a picture. From the narrow alleyways to the water canals and boat traffic. We decided to break the bank and do the Gondola together....a mere 80 Euros. ($120 CA) and it was worth every penny. We learned from our gondola operator that many of the Venetians have left Venice because it is too expensive to live there. Asians and Americans are basically the only ones that can afford to have a place there and many of ...
... did not regret it at all. For lunch I had pesto for the first time, and then I tried another new thing for dinner; rock lobster sauce tagliatelle. They were both really good. We walked around some more and did some last day shopping, and if got two masks that were really cool, and some more gifts for my family. We took our time walking back to our hotel, and tried to stay up until 3:30 ...
... a spectacle going through the canal. People on ferries and onshore were waving to us as we passed. When we finally reached the end of Venice, we were officially on our way to Greece. From there, we had a low-key night – dinner in the Lido, and a few drinks at the Sports Bar. Since the next day was a sea day, we had all night to stay up late and sleep in the next ...
Other places to stay in Rosolina Mare
SS Romea 309 Km 41 to Venice, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $61
Viale dei Pini 21, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Piazza San Giorgio, 5, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $94
Via Po Di Levante, 4, Rosolina Mare | 4 star hotelfrom $186
Rosolina Mare - Via dei Lauri 34/44, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $35