Hotel Terme Petrarca
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... we must be close to the Italian border. We were about 8kms away to be precise. How are you so sure if that Guidstar you walking talking GPS. I know because we got pulled over for not having a Slovenian toll pass/ rego sticker. Heinrich Himmlers son, told me what a sinner I was and that it was going to cost a minimum of €300 (that's about $400 Aust you thieving little prick). I told him that we were just passing through ...
... things happened. Firstly, we left the protection that the little alleyway was giving us from the rain. Second, the rain got really heavy. Third, lightning lit up the sky, and fourth I started counting in my head to figure out how far away the lightning was. I guess you could say that fifth the thunder hit, as it was easily less than one second after the lightning, which meant the storm was centred pretty much on top of us. Also, we were getting absolutely drenched. ...
... this, I would've made a reservation earlier that day. As it was, we barely got a table and we told we would have to vacate by 8:45 because the table was reserved for later (which wasn't really a problem, 3 hours is plenty of time for fast eating Americans). The two ladies behind us in line, also without reservations, were told to come back at 9pm.
Since it was our last night, we decided to go all out with dinner. We started with a ...
... 18. THEN it's about 11am, we've got to be back to check in by 2pm at the very latest. Walk from airport terminal to Pier, about 10 minutes away, wanting to head to Burano, BUT you have to get to Murano first, another €60 return, Burano is another half hour away and another €56 return Burano-Murano. So ..... Given we have a 20 minute wait until the next Murano boat and it's a 30 minute boat ride there and 30 minute boat ride back, ...
... tried to protect a baby from being squashed between the gondoliers just near the bridge. The streets were beautifully paved in marble which had turned soft and shiny from perpetual use as was the Rialto bridge. You couldn't help stroke the shiny soft marble of the bridge top therefore adding your mark to the already worn structure! Further in to the winding streets were the expensive shops of haute couture full of amazing merchandise for the more expensive palette. I have to admit ...