Hotel Terme Internazionale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to our apartment to drop off our food, we went into to this little cafe type place where we got a fresh orange juice and a little panini ( which is just a small roll). Once we consumed these delightful things we continued on back to our apartment. After we dropped everything off and my dad did some work we walked to San Marco. From here we then caught a vaporeto along the grand canal to the Accademia bridge. ...
... taking it all in one last time. By this stage Colleen wasn't feeling all that great, so we went back to the hotel to rest some more. We spent the remainder of the evening in our room, we grabbed a quick pizza for dinner. As we had our earliest start to our holiday the following day, a 6am start, we ensured our bags were packed and ready to go. Tomorrow we say goodbye to Venice and Italy, and hello ...
... Back into the Piazza we see cruise ships sail up the Grand Canal and it reminds us of our earlier adventures. We see all the gondolas and catch the echoes of gondolier singers. So lovely and so romantic. This is a very controlled business with only 450 licences issued.
With the time running out we pass on revisiting the Rialto Bridge and head to our hotel to eat locally. Pizza, pasta and nice wine saw the end of a full day in Venice.
... we explored the streets on the island and went in and out of several glass shop - each time taking years of our lives as the boys were told to "walk carefully" and "don't swing your arms" and "watch where you're going".....all too stressful really. We landed on a nice trattoria called Ai Vetrai where James and Geoff had a two course menu of pasta and main and Hamish and I had a single course. It was a lovely setting right on the small canal and surrounded by glass ...
... Sighs, ...