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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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They were just great. Great about every single detail, made us feel like home. Breakfast was great... specially the coffee.
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Hone your math skills, especially multiplication, before you travel to Europe!
*10 kilometers is 6.2 miles, so our final ride of 47k is 4.7 X 6.2 = 29.14 miles. (Dawna knows this from her running days)
*0 Celsius is 32 Fahrenheit, and 100 C is 212 F, so 28 C is 28 X 9/5 + 32 = 82.4 F.
* 1Euro is about $1.40 (now), therefore, 25 Euros is 25 X 1.4 = ...
... I were lucky enough to share ours with Rose and Ian, a singer and accordion player.....and the best looking gondolier in Venice! (Extra wow). Back into the water taxi and it was a short ride over to our accommodation on Lido, Alberggo Quattro Fontane, it was great to leave the crowds behind and enjoy the peaceful surrounds. Dinner in the hotel. Lido is approx 12km wide and has the lagoon on one side, the Adriatic Sea on the other. Monday 5th May Breakfast in our hotel and ...
... let go of this chance and took our photographs too !!
From there we made our journey towards the apartment and on the way saw Madonna Della Salute Church and the different alleys, canals and bridges of Venice... apparently there are about 400+bridges in Venice as informed to us by the Gondola person.
The day ended much too quickly and we are now set to make our trip to the next destination -Rome.
See you all in Rome !!
... there was no point me looking in those shops!
We went through to St Marks Square where we met our guide for the walking tour of Venice. We got set up with headphones again and she took us through the history of the city, at 10:30am we watched the clock ring and the statues at the top actually move to hit the bell to make it ring! After that we were taking through the alleyways to the grand canal, the tour was only an hour but probably one of the ...
... and I found ourselves singing along to "That's Amore" then receiving the bill that was over 40 euros for 2 cappuccinos, shot of Kahlua and a hidden fee of 6 euros per person for the musical entertainment. Shocked, we paid the bill, and walked away thinking we just experienced a true Venetian landmark with pride. And yes "That's Amore" repeated in our heads every step we took through the maze of streets in front of us.