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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Square but what I did not realise was it did a complete circumnavigation of the outer area of Venice. I enjoyed the 45 minutes Venice tour travellers usually don't take, but I can't say my travelling companions felt the same way!. Bangkok was mentioned more than once, where Kelly tours got lost on the river boat not getting off at the right place. We eventually got back to our apartment and collapsed in to bed. it had been a big ...
... with precious and semi-precious jewels. The views from the balconies were also amazing. After we left the basilica we bumped into some of the family so we followed them to a nearby restaurant for lunch (a delicious pizza!). Alex and I then went to see the Palazzo Ducale, which was the official residence of the doges from the 9th until the 18th centuries. It was breathtaking. We crossed the Bridge of Sighs from Palazzo Ducale to the original prison ...
... the room into triple high bunkbeds. We also had a sink but the toilet was down the hall. The rooms were very cramped. Mom and dad's room was the same but with 2 twin bunks. We had dinner in the dinning car and watched the Italian countryside wiz by. We had a good time checking out all the train cars. The hardest part of the day was going to sleep in the rattling, rocking train.
... we had yummy spag Bol with garlic bread and salad. We also got a lemon cello shots which wasn't bad. :-) We didn't get dessert again, wahhh what's going on haha. Our table also missed out on entree as they didn't make enough haha. Worst luck but it's not like we need it. Gem, Ella and I did our washing and had a drink at the bar while we waited. Barcardi breezers there were sooo cheap, good ol happy our :-P After our washing finished we hung it up in our room and crashed we were ...
... showing various levels of wear and tear, worn down by the elements over centuries. The render often has fallen off in many places leaving a patchwork of brick exposed. Passing many restaurants, butchers, and grocers, we eventually found Hotel San Cassiano. It was a great introduction to experiencing Venice just by this task, which was made even more challenging by the map we had not showing enough detail with street names. There were a few times where we chose the fork in ...