Hotel Terme Patria
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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... which he tied between two trees-all very jealous. For part of the afternoon we toured the souvenir shops. There are only about 10 on each street. Leaving Lucy and Emma in the square Katie and I continued. We ended up feeling dizzy looking at the thousands of Venetian masks and glass necklaces. Not sure we ever want to see a Venetian mask again, even though they are pretty. Found Lucy and Emma in the square chatting (reluctantly) to two phillipino boys who had introduced ...
... far was pizza slices off paper sitting on the smooth marble steps in a quiet square. Plenty of Trattorias and Osterias to sell sit down meals with lots of bread and pasta on the menus but little in the way of fresh fruit or salads. Deb's bargain hunting investigation found a supermarket hidden amongst the gold chintz so we were able to stock up on fruit, water and nibbles at quarter of the price in touristic delis. It was only on our water bus trip out did we see ...
... enough. It turned out that this is a rite of passage for the graduates and the singing we heard was also part of this ritual and not part of a strange Greek life ritual that we assumed it might be. I’m not sure that this would be allowed at home but the students seemed to be having a wonderful time and the onlookers were having even more fun!
We grabbed a sandwich on a patio to support the student housing and wandered ...
... city justice but hey, we only had the afternoon. We also went into the arena. What a surprise to climb up into the arena to see a floor and seating and a huge stage set up....sort of spoiled it a bit but at least the arena is still in use and paying its way. We all agreed it would be an amazing venue to see an opera. Back home and we start the sad job of cleaning up the apartment, eating ...
... outdoor Roman amphitheatre. It has a beautiful centre square and a variety of restaurants and shops. We had such a short visit to this city (only one night!) that we didn't even see most of the attractions it's known for. We saw the outdoor amphitheatre which was buzzing with activity as the evening's performance was about to commence and we did some shopping and enjoyed a really good dinner. The next morning we were back on the train for the ...