Apogia Sirio Venice
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... and float lazily down some canals and it's like a different time. Our gondolier would point out some places of interest as we went and was happy to chat and told us that a new gondola cost about 30-40k. The trip was about 40 minutes and was just right, we all got to enjoy it and it was short enough that the girls didn't get bored. When we got off we walked to the Piazza San Marco and picked up some lunch and sat on the steps around the square as ...
... out on our own and explore some of them, using our varporetto passes in which we had invested. We disembarked a little after nine am and headed over to the People Mover, which the city built to get cruise passengers from the marina over to the Piazzale Roma stop on the the Grand Canal so that they could hop on a vaporetto. It's a little train that takes two minutes to get from one place to the other, similar to the airport trains ...
... into Saint Marks Square where there is a list of rules such as there are to be no body parts showing except arms legs and your face, no going where you are not supposed to go,no kicking footballs or playing of some sort and it was a little bit over the top. Anyway , we saw this Cathedral called the Basillica, . On the subject of cathedrals and churches there are 97 churches and cathedrals in Venice. We took a water ...
... hassled by some very drunk Australian men. It's like mini Australia here! On Friday were off to slovenia. It's about a 2h drive but it's almost impossible to get there with trains so looks like were gna have to get 3 trains and a bus there... Looking forward to our dinner of bread and water tonight though wooh Joke of the day: what do you call a girl who likes melons? ...
... Madrid to land, i bought myself a Venice tourist book from one of the shops and attempted to educate myself on the city of Venice to figure out what Liz and I should go an see while we were there. Although i set out to read all of the information, I got distracted by the pretty pictures and ended up just staring at them.
Liz's flight came in at around 1, an hour later then mine. We bought a 3 day transport pass from the Tourist Desk, which would give us unlimited access ...