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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... to the first attraction which was a church, but not just any old church, this was the church from Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade. Where Indy climbs out of a man hole cover in the centre of a giant courtyard. After taking some photos we continued on our way towards the second attraction which was the Bovolo Staircase. This was a spiral staircase from the 16th century on the outside of a building, this design was to conserve space inside the house. It was very pretty, but ...
... to Italy. The pizza was of course delicious. Our plan was to eat as much pizza as humanely possible during our stay. We did a pretty good job at achieving this.
When we set out from the pizzeria, the rain was coming down like fan girl tears at a 1 Direction concert (very hard). We attempted to sight-see but the wind was thrusting rain at us from every direction. We thus had to retreat for the evening.
Over the next few days, we continued ...
... across the Venice harbour. It seems that two to three times a year the entire island of Venice floods by as much as a foot of water and this is most inconvenient if your shop, church, place or museum happens to be open at the ground floor. Have a look at some of the photos and check out the amazing buildings. PS. I'm still not convinced that 'global warming' is the ...
Had a leisurely breakfast in our apartment. Everyone got to have their favourite after our shopping expedition. Del and Boy had been for a walk and investigated the water buses. We bought our passes and caught the water bus from Ca' d'Ora to Piazza San Marco. We walked around the square and took loads of photos. The architecture and and vibe of the place was just amazing.
... over the flood. It was all very exciting. The next morning we took the Vaporetto to the bus depot and took our first european bus. It was leaps and bounds beyond the greyhound we took to Spokane. The bus took us for three hours through the Dolomites of northern Italy, it was spectacular. We tried to take pictures but found they couldn't encompass the grandeur of the mountain range. In Villach, Austria we transferred to a train. We ...