Hotel Mioni Royal San
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mean it is Better, but I'm not sure that is the case. He took us all over Venice's back alleys which was really cool. The tour was also very small which was great. The free ones can be huge . However he did not give very good context of Venice, he didn't tell a story and missed making connections so I was left more confused. I also did not get a sense of the city as we moved so quickly through roads not even on the map. So we might do the tours ...
... of my classmates for a tour of Dorsoduro. It was all in Italiano and I understood most of it. It finished at 10 and i walked back to the house with 2 classmates. Stopping to buy a panini and a HUGE bottle of wine on the way. I ate at the house with a girl from Japan, conversing in Italian. Now it's midnight and time for bed. Can't wait to see what tomorrow will ...
... 8217;t us, y’all…’ I quipped as I walked away.
Later that evening when Roisin was drying her hair, I advised her not to have the hair dryer on too loud as she’ll have the neighbours complaining!!!
For dinner we decided to take Davide up on his offer and visited the Symphony dining room. There was a 50-minute wait. We put out name down and received a pager. We then spotted Davide who saw us and held 2 fingers before scurrying off. We waited ...
... the SIM card was attached to. Of course he completely blames the man who sold him the card, while I said his part in this is to ask which is the mobile number attached to the card. But Sam is like Teflon and nothing sticks so of course it is all the other persons fault he did not know his new number! It is all sorted now, so all is well in Venice again!
Sam just told me that Giovanna told him that George Clooney and some other stars ...
... marble carvings and painted ceilings. A large armory museum to ponder the days of swords and bow and arrows before crossing the Bridge of Sighs from the palace to the prison where prisoners had there last look out at life as they once knew it before being incarcerated. Checked out the prison as lunch beckoned and we found a little trattoria not too far away, yes there's one on every corner. Tiffany and I had another superb spaghetti (mine fruit de ...