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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiviera Hotel Lido di Venezia
Great view...so, so room.
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... street to bus stop #2 which is the stop for the Mestre Railway Station. (Bus #2 also goes to the Piazzelle Roma). We stowed our bags beneath the bus, validated our tickets in the yellow box (very important) and climbed aboard. The entire bus stop area is covered so we stayed out of the rain. The location sign on our bus wasn’t working and we wouldn’t have even known we were near the Mestre Station except ...
... a risotto, followed some noki. We had pesto with spaghetti and ended off with an amazing ice-cream. The walk back to the boat was fun. Everyone was laughing and having fun. We all dances on the boat and got back to the bus and made a foot tower and also danced some more. The hotel was the cheapest one so far, but we were all together so that was good. We chatted and had some fun in the common room. I then went up to bed and fell aleep. What an awesome ...
... bikini. [train coming into Trieste...to be continued!] Time: 14:29 Location: Sezana train station, Slovenia Where was I? Oh, yes. So as I changed into my bikini, I met my new roommate Arnaud. What a nice first glimpse he had of me - half naked! He was French and was travelling alone, trying to find friends that were in Italy. He had great stories as he had been travelling quite a lot. He was rather chatty, so when I finally got him to shut up, we headed to ...
So we decided to go early to get the ship – over 2 hours before check in opened. I forgot, all Brazilians like to be early. Everyone was there already. The staff looked totally overwhelmed that all the passengers were there and they hadn't even begun to get organised. We waited what seemed like forever but finally, after queuing for a couple of hours, we got checked in. The ship is very luxurious and our cabin is fine. I unpacked as if we are moving ...
... with so little effort.
When he was done, he set it on a table to cool from the intense heat, while our guide showed us exactly how glass blowing was done. He identified all of the jobs of each of the designers, polishers and craftsmen. What excited me most was when he let me blow the glass. One of the six men showed me what to do and I did it. Through a long tube or rod, I blew into a ball of glass at the end. I blew it into a large lop-sided bubble. Although ...