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Travel Blogs from San Dona Di Piave
... We eventually made it back to the train station where we started our day and by that time, the mobs had arrived. But we still made our way back down the strip to find some lunch. We ended up going into a tiny pizza/kebab shop since it was the only place that looked decent, wasn't packed with people and didn't cost a fortune. We both got a kebab panino expecting a pretty cheap-looking sandwich but what we got was phenomenal. As soon as we ordered, the man ...
... google maps to tell us where we are! I walked over to the train station and booked a fast train to Venice from Rome and checked where it would leave from and the timetables which along with the tickets said platform 2. An hour later when we went to get on the train, the official told us and the other passengers to get off as it wasn't going any where and the Venice train was somewhere else. With a minute to spare we found our train on platform 7, which was ...
... onto it but it was so seriously crowded that I immediately wanted to get off - its such a shame so many people are in the same area at one time. The three of us look forward to venturing out into venice very early in the morning after our second night as thats when everyone is still asleep and the city is quiet. We boarded the ship at 2pm, starved from the busy walking of Venice and ate lunch. It was so refreshing to come aboard the beautiful ...
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The next morning we headed in to Venice relatively early so that we had lots of time to wander the streets. We headed over to see the fish market but it doesn’t run on Mondays so we went for a cappuccino instead. The public washrooms in Venice cost €1.50 to use, which is the same price as a coffee (although getting a coffee to use the washroom starts a bit of a cycle since you then need to find another café later on…). Anoop didn’t need to ...
Today we head off from Rome to Venice. Rome - certainly caused sensory overload and we have concluded it has swallowed us whole, it is a charming place and we both crave for more of its sites and charm, food and lifestyle, not to mention the 2500 plus years of history! Bye Rome - first trip on the very fast train - the EuroStar - WOW how fast this lady ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking