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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... some souvenirs and then took public transport (boat) to Zatteria. Lunch in a cosy pizzeria before heading to a mask making class (in Italian). Mask making was so much fun. We then walked across many bridges to find our way home. We got changed to go out for dinner, had a Gondola ride and went to a mini music ...
... out I came.
We were sleeping at 5:30pm. Voices in another apartment woke me up at 12:30am. I had to have a snack and I was still up at 2:00am when Mel awoke…hungry too. We stayed up till 3am and then went back to sleep after reading for a bit. Mel had set the alarm for 7am but as I later found out, when it went off she reset it for 9am. We woke up a bit tired but better overall. ...
In the morning we hung out at the hostel until it was time to catch our train. The journey was 6.5 hours, so lucky we had two nice Italians, Sylvia and Mikael, and a cool Australian guy called Dominic (who teaches psychology at the University of Melbourne) to share the time with.
We talked, slept, joked, took photos and had a late lunch with Dominic in the restaurant cart. The alpine scenery was breathtaking, and it seemed like we passed a castle every ...
... Anyways, for the next couple of days my mom and I really enjoyed walking along the infinite canals of Venice, over the countless bridges, and visiting the infamous Piazza San Marco. The Dome REALLY is impressive and the interior was breathtaking. I couldn't stop looking at all the gold encrusted ceilings and walls and countless pieces of art. On one of the only two days we were here, we visited Murano, which is mainly known for ...
... on Venice, we purchased a 36 hour water bus and land bus ticket and jumped on the first water bus that came past as they all eventually ended up at the big square. It is a very interesting city and very unique, it was a relief not having cars driving around as the Italians are absolutely chaotic drivers. Once out of the main square which was great but very crowed, we wandered the streets and canals and ended up accidentally at the main bridge which is ...