Ruhl Beach Hotel
Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
... Politics. It hurt my head to think while being so tired and I was happy to finally get to the hotel. On the way though, we went right through the Ancient Center and saw the Colosseum and other sites. It was beautiful at night.
Finally we arrived at the hotel, checked in, and went straight to sleep. The hotel in Rome wasn't as nice though. It was small, on a loud street, and the bathroom was really weird. The next day we began our tour through ...
... difficulties in staying in Venice though, is actually staying in Venice. It can be incredibly expensive to book a bed in a hostel, let alone a private hotel room, and it can get surprisingly cold in the autumn months if you're thinking of finding a quiet alley or park bench to spend the night (not that I ever would, but just so that you know). Now you might be wondering who the miniature woman in a pharmacy lab coat is and how she got such a prime spot in my travelling update. This is ...
... from the bed for now.
Rod has gone off to sort out his cell phone package -- he got a phone and data plan yesterday but the data part doesn't seem to be activated yet. In the meantime I'm slowly packing our room a bit as we're being upgraded today -- they're overbooked and we agreed to the transfer when we checked in. Apparently we'll get a canal view. If any of you want to see our hotel, head to the Casa Santa Maria Formosa website and it's just ...
which she justified by saying it would be her Halloween costume every year… Or
at least that was her attempt of justifying it to me… We also stopped for a
mid-afternoon drink in the sunshine and Lizzie sampled the Italian staple
The following day we visited Verona (see separate blog)
before heading down to Roma and Nicola!
Lots of love,
Andrew and Lizzie x x
... but I felt like I was in a Disneyland set. Our last night we did a pub crawl which consists of going to lots of little bars where they have small dishes of food for cheap (yes, something in Venice was actually cheap). It was a nice end to our time in Italy.
The following day we had to get on the train at 9:30PM for our late train to Slovenia, so we opted to stay in Mestre Ospedale that day and tool around vs ...