Termini Beach Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... up some work that I didn't get done last week and charged our many devices. I woke Jess up around 9, but by the time we had showered, gotten sorted, and made it into Venice proper, it was nearly 11. The main bridge into Venice, Ponte della Libertia, has a petrol station, a bike parking area, a paid carpark, then a bus area at the end with a roundabout to go back out of Venice over the bridge again. Beyond that, Venice itself has no roads. I did a lap of the ...
... would it not?” We could not refute the logic and could not think of a single reason why the train would not stop at Monterosso.
So for the duration of our stay in Monterosso we were sure that the train from La Spezia to Milan would kindly stop for us and our suitcases.
Well at least we didn’t stand on the platform with the regional train rushing past us, because that is what it did. However, this is also where timing comes in ...
... We decided that we would get food on the way down. We got to the church and it was one of the most beautiful buildings all trip so naturally we took lots of photos. On the walk back down we stopped in at the pizza place. It was so very cheap here and pretty much all of contiki went to him. We left and were back on the road to Venice, but not without a stop at the Barbarino designer shopping outlet. Lots of fun was had here by all the girls. We arrived in Venice with plenty of ...
... cloud in the sky. After breakfast we were soon cruising down the Grand Canal to St Marks Square where we had a tour of the Basilica which was amazing, after wandering around St Marks Square we wandered along the Grand Canal taking in all the happenings around us. The sun was warm the people were friendly and the water had a sparkle to it, the signs were there for us to sit and enjoy a wine and the moment ,which we did. ...
... was the reason for the cone nosed masks worn by doctors who filled the cones with herbs and spices to purify the air when they were inspecting infected patients before having them removed off the islands. The tour then on foot for another hour before we negotiated with a gondolier (he said 100 Euro, I said ok) for a twilight tour of the canals with more local history thrown in.
Gondolas are built asymmetrically and specific to the weight of ...