Hotel Terme Internazionale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... hadn't ordered a toasted sandwich just an iced tea and a pizza which I accidentally called an 'Al Pacino' which was close, but I had ordered an 'Al Pepperoni', so we had a laugh at that. We left Burano for San Marco on the water bus which took close to an hour and a half. By far the best value for money and outright most useful then we had bought was our two day pass and it meant we saw the different aspects if Venice. We saw what we'd call ...
... another Grand Canal and a myriad of glass shops and showrooms. It was lovely just strolling along, getting lost, although Andrew always seems to know where he is, and popping in and out of all the shops. I am amazed at some of the creations. Some are sooooo elaborate and gaudy and others more modern and contemporary. Much of it is the same and it became a bit of a game to find shops that had different stuff. Whilst looking for a small pendant in a large showroom (where ...
... away from where we needed to be and after asking countless Italians and walking and walking we finally found the metro. It took us about 3 hours to get down the mountain and an hour of getting to the metro. We returned to the hostel at 8:30 or 9 so we had the longest day out and I was exhausted! We had some food and just enjoyed our last night relaxing! We are on our way to Florence now after some very dramatic train mishaps! We got off our second ...
... Venice is built in a lagoon on multiple islands which are connected by many bridges although it would have to be the hardest place to navigate and we got lost many times.
Our tour took us past key city monuments and our guide told us about the city's history as we glided along the watery passageways, managing to become the backdrop to a heap of other tourists’ photos in the process. After 40 minutes we left the tranquil canals, with a sense of sadness at ...
... almost tipped over when you were on it, subsequently pouring anything in it all over the floor when you flushed. I'd rather rough it and pee in a bush at this point (it's probably more sanitary!) I think we may run out of my Kleenex wet wipes and Purell by the end of the day, let alone the trip! By the time we had to meet for dinner, we were hot, sweaty, a little frustrated at people (because they walk so slow and randomly stop in the weirdest places - like corners or doorways) ...