Park Hotel Villa Fiorita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... would be complete without one? It's only because a short Gondola ride will set you back around €80 + that we hesitated. But we figured we had worked hard these past few months and we should grab the opportunity. We checked out a few places to get one from. You get get them from practically anywhere with a canal, just flag down a Gondolier wearing the classic stripy shirt and straw hat. We decided to take one down the narrow canals. I didn't quite fancy being stuck in between ...
... were in Venice.
The afternoon was spent on the island of Burano where we enjoyed a beautiful seafood lunch. We explored the village which is different to the mainland. It is much quieter and the houses are multi colored which is what the island is famous for along with their lace. It is the island of the fishermen. Overall we thoroughly enjoyed the day and Venice. Will be coming back one ...
A quiet morning this morning, just a quiet 8 hour drive through the country from Venice to Roma. Beautiful countryside with old ruins dating back to BC and lovely olive groves and vineyards.
We arrived in Rome around 4.00 and WOW what a different world. So much history and buildings dating back 2000 years and even Before Christ. We had dinner in one of the many town ...
... that she could make her own necklace made of murano glass for 2 euros ... It looks amazing! We had more fun walking along the narrow passageways than seeing the Rialto bridge ... Getting lost is much more fun than the tourist traps! We came home and started to relax as everyone was tired from yesterday's fiasco. A little wine and heineken fixes everything! We chatted with Junior and Barbara and are glad that we ...
... of art he had in his shop. He took us upstairs to a huge gallery that contained some of the nicest glass art we have ever seen. One vase, worth almost $4000 Aus, looked like a shell and when lit with a light inside it was breathtakingly stunning. Wish we had been able to photograph it for you. We noticed yesterday the difference in queuing styles between Australians and Italians. We tend to queue and Italians don't! At first it is ...