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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... without having a GPS or even a phone or a map. He just didn't understand how I was able to get around without any help.Upon pondering his question, the answer I gave him surprised even myself.G: How do you do it? Are you not afraid of being lost in a foreign land? Stuck somewhere? Just plain lost?M: Actually, as a traveler by nature, I believe I am lost to begin with. My entire purpose in this life is to go on a journey to find myself.He sat there amazed at ...
Today we got on the train to Venice and checked into our "hostel". I say that because there is 0% chance he actually had a hospitality license and he sent his underage son to check us into our dungeon. Well, thankfully we're only here 1 night!
Walked all ...
... WC Encounter
By the time I saw all that I needed a bathroom. Remembering the information in my trusty Rick Steves book, I trekked across the piazza to where I had seen a WC sign. Of course, it was up lots of steps, and then I realized there was a charge 1 and a half euros and exact change was needed. A line of noisy children, moms, dads, and people from all over the world were hollering (not sure about what) and I scrambled around to find ...
... land farming olives, lemons and grapes with their narrow lanes and their tiny 3-wheel trucks, it is glamour and high fashion as you see trends emerging, opulent designs and amazing shoes. It is a country that is passionate about religion with ornate churches and simple cherished alters on street corners, church bells ringing as a background to a hustling life. It is corrupt and righteous, with street corners often hosting ...
... who was called Guiseppe - although he looked liked he already enjoyed a few too many pavs!
We left Castiglion around 9am and set off for Venice. It was a comfortable 4 hour drive, although a bit boring as nothing much to see on the autostradas. Parking at the Venice Marco Polo airport was remarkable easy, much easier than the hot walk with our baggage to our hotel! Was only about 29 deg! Our hotel here ...