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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Messner Venice
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Friday, July 18th
When we arrived in Venice around 2 we had to have a quick lunch to make it to the tour on time. We toured until 6pm and then got an appetizer and drink. How Italian are we?! We shopped until the stores closed and then got ready for dinner. I finally gave in and ordered gnocchi for dinner. It is a potato dumpling-like …
Venice is a very special place. It is an island made up of the Grand Canal and many other smaller canals. There are no cars, just water taxis/ferries. The only other way to get around is on foot, and we have spent both days walking to many beautiful places. Wednesday morning before breakfast Robin and I did a "rekky" to St Marks Square to ensure we knew the way and find out the opening times for the next day's visit. ...
... next to Lizzie – she was asking who I was
(& Lizzie laughed said Tim & Laura’s mum) It was Jasmine Neve (I don’t
think I have ever met her in Aussie) I said I had thought she was an American
student and she had thought I was Italian!!
I caught the airport bus out to the Marco Polo airport
arriving there about 3.00pm and then had the long wait for Malcolm’s flight
that was due in 6.45pm. I paid 4 Euro to ...
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. ...
... Let it Be’, ‘Walk on the Wild Side’ and other classics is inexcusable. I was forced to emerge from the tent and politely ask them to shut up. Fully expecting to awake to (if I ever got to sleep) slashed tyres and/or tent, I was ready for a tussle. Bring it on. They might have had youth and vigour, but that is no match for age and bitterness.
At some point, we must have snatched a few hours sleep. When we got up, we were overjoyed to see that the Latvians ...