- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Got packed & had early breakfast, left hotel by 8.30am nice & quiet getting to water bus got our tickets and got straight on water bus, only took us 10 mins to get to Train Station. Sat around at station until our platform number came up, we met Marlene & John from NZ they are on the same train only a few seats up from us they are going on to Milan. Should get to Verona at Midday where we will meet ...
... dominates this space and is probably the most beautiful cathedral that we have seen yet (and we have seen a LOT of cathedrals). These Italians sure do know their religious buildings.
Continuing further, we reached the edge of the city and enjoyed some glorious views over the bay leading to the Mediterranean Sea. A couple were even having their wedding pictures taken on the edge of the jetty. Aww.
Winding our way back, we stopped ...
... to the city of Venice below, The cruise ship was amazing, there was a water slide, about 4 pools, kids club called "Squok Club" there was an actual theatre where they did shows every night. It was either acrobatics, magic or musical. We were the only New Zealanders. Most people didn't speak English. All the staff spike so many languages, Spanish, Japanese, French, Chinese, Dutch, German, Welsh, ...
The day started off as we prepared for the train trip to Rome. As we tackled the many steps of Venice to get to the station and it looked like it was going to be another beautiful day in Venice. We were travelling to Rome on the very fast train the Frecciargento, which travelled at approximately 200 km an hour and it was very enjoyable trip as seating opposite us were an American couple, Howie ...
... cup of coffee Lorenzo per favore whilst we talked with an American couple(Terry and Chris) from Minnesota. We then set off and you must know that Venice is a region of 120 or so Islands connected by 424 bridges and today, as we followed Wendy's lead, it felt as if we'd crossed most of them. St Marc's basilica was stunning carrying more gold mosaics than any other church. old saints relics were on show and we were able to climb up to and onto the ...