Park Hotel Villa Fiorita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... on the top floor and our room was... No less then interesting. It was one solid tiny room, made of all wood, just big enough for one queen bed. The bathroom was even more sketchy. Our bathroom was our shower. 'Nuff said. The rest of our day was spent exploring and enjoying the rest of the day. We walked around all over Venice, going over all the various bridges and taking it all in. We were out and about, and then a huge ...
... the plazas we stopped for some time to listen to an older gentleman sing a couple opera songs- he was amazing. PS - it was funny to see the pizza guy delivering a pizza one night.... by foot.
We were surprised/amused at how many people had dogs that weren’t on leases; they just followed their people around in the streets. Of course, it is winter here so dogs wore jackets.... :-)
St. Marks Square was beautiful ...
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 ...
... walking back towards my hostel. I stop and write part of my blog entry outdoors beneath the Paolo statue marking the bridge to the hostel. Tomorrow I'll just walk around some more enjoying being in Venice (where actually, I seem to get lost LESS often after that first hostel debacle). It's been gorgeously sunny my whole time here, and should be tomorrow too! And following my mother's wise advice regarding grocery stores means tasty but much cheaper food (and less GF ...
... pooling all around the buildings.......a wonder they don't fall down. Fortunately they all seem to be constructed of stone, timber would long ago have perished. St Marks is magnificent and we kind of skip both the queue and the cost of entry because Paul says, some and get in this line, which I think later might have been a groups line. Nevertheless we are quickly inside and admiring the lavishness of the interior. I am still fascinated though by the water in the foyer area and ...