Hotel Terme Patria
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
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Well, you go away for over a week, you're bound to have at least one day that is "meh". Today was that day. No real reason, I just didn't feel like this was a day for the brain meat to particularly remember. It started off early - wake up alarm at 7am, showered, breakfast eaten, and at the train station for a little after 8:30. According to my trusty Rick Steves travel guide, the trains leave for Padua (pronounced Padova, and spelled that way in ...
... all by accident too. I didn't realise she would be in Venice when we booked. It turned out to be cheaper to fly for Venice for a day then direct to Mykonos. (However a very tiring trip but all worth it) Carolyne showed us around Venice to get my bearings again. I can't believe I'd forgotten where I went in Venice during my last trip. I remember it being spectacular and that we arrived in the annual mask festival but other than ...
... our way into the back streets and there is so much to see. Heaps of restaurants, jewellery stores, leather shops the list goes on. We only stay for about an hour which was fine as we will be back tomorrow and have the full day. Back on a ships tender and off we go back to the ship for our final night. First thing, we have to finalise our packing as luggage has to be outside our door by 11pm. Done, now for some refreshments, dinner and a early ...
... spring for a ride since we missed doing it when we were here in 2001 with JB. I thoroughly enjoyed & Jim can relax now having more than made up for his mistake years ago.
On board we spent the rest of the afternoonwith the kids as the Mariner set sail for Ravenna, Italy . Later we joined the kids for delicious dinner. We had to go to bed shortly thereafter-- it had been a long day.
... boats on the Grand Canal. So we climbed into our Gondola with it's plush black seats, as our Gondolier took us through windy canals and under tiny bridges. "Now both sit close together on the right side" he said. The boat lurched to the side, I jumped. "Trust me" he said. "I'll try" I said, panicking he was trying to throw us into the canal. He was trying to balance the boat under the tiny bridges that he had to stoop low down to get under. Once I got used to being tilted though ...