Hotel Terme Patria
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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Friday 10th April- Today is our last day in Venice. Narelle is still not well this morning and she decides she will rest up today. We have breakfast at 8.30am and return to our room. I plan to fit a lot of walking, sight seeing and photography in to my day. I walk through many of the streets and Campo's ( these are meeting areas with space to sit) to the Rialto Bridge. The Rialto Bridge is ...
... in the Greek Islands as a maze but they had nothing on Venice. We also bought a map but many of the lanes are unmarked on the map and names are often hard to find on the lanes themselves. By the time we got to the hotel there wasn't any conversation between us. Ang had been feeling a bit out of sorts anyway and Craig was over the trek as well. We saw a lot of sights but didn't take them and certainly didn't enjoy them. For most part the number of people ...
... to Lido for some unknown reason, and the gondoleer asks if we would like a ride. The water is still motionless and no other boats were around to make torrentuous wakes, so I decide there's no risk of severe motion sickness.
It is not long before we are back on the dock and say our goodbyes. I make my way back to the apartment without a mosquito in site.And there, my soft, warm bed awaits me so that I can dream about my perfect day.
... shirt. We spent the rest of the afternoon walking the narrow streets of Venice, doing some shopping, eating tiramisu and drinking bellinis. For dinner that night we went to a very cute restaurant and got spaghetti.
Our last full day in Venice, Haley, Katelyn, Robin and I took the waterbus to the Venetian Island of Murano. There we saw the very overrated Murano Glass Museum (was overpriced and not well kept). We walked the island for a few hours, stopping in many of ...
... all walked there and Jermaine and I explored the area for an hour while Ben had coffee with his friend. This area of Venice was much nicer in my opinion, as it seemed less frequented by tourists and had a few trees and wider streets. We all met up afterward and went to the Venice branch of Grom gelateria. I filled up on what I thought would be quite possibly my last taste of quality Italian gelato in some time. As the weather wasn't getting any friendlier we trudged back to the bus ...