Hotel Terme Internazionale
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... a hasty retreat back over the Rialto Bridge and toward home.Getting late and feeling peckish we dropped into a more suitably priced restaurant and indulged in another of Venice's famous traditions, overpriced ****** food.Day done it was off home for bed and to witness a spectacular lightning storm roll into town.
Living it u in the palatial surrounds of our apartment we took the chance to have a sleep in and a home cooked breakfast ...
... to visit
the wife’s parents and family.
I was glad to get off in Bangkok but thought I just had 1
hour to make my connecting flight and needed to find the transfer desk to pick
up boarding passes for the remainder of the flight. As I came off the plane I
saw signs for East and West and assumed since I was travelling West I needed to
head the 950m to the West transfer desk. On arriving there they ushered me
through & up ...
... many people here even though it is not peak season. We are still able to explore the crooks and cranines where there are no tourists. We even managed to score a cheap gondola ride with two young vanezian men. They took us round the waters to view some of the main buildings and then should is some of the local places and their hidden gardens. We leave for the cruise tomorrow which we are really excited about. A change to live in luxury for a change. Will let you know how it ...
... An hour or two later another lady finally bought up an extra blanket from me as I went down a second time to find someone else!
The next morning was an early start as we made our way from the mainland to island Venice on a very small boat thank goodness for the calm waters! When we arrived Scott gave us a very quick tour of the bridge of Sigh's, Dodge's Palace (recognised out of Casanova with Heath Ledger) and San Marco square. We had half hour before our walking tour we ...
I am so very proud of myself for not getting lost. If there is a city I am going to get hopelessly lost and confused in, it will be Venice. This city has confused more seasoned travellers than I so I'm sure its bound to happen sooner rather than later. The most confusing part of getting to my hotel is to figure out how to get onto a vaporetto. I had a Venice connected ticket which should cover my transport needs while I'm here. Upon exiting the train station all I had to do is figure ...