Termini Beach Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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No plastic packed biscuits, cheese, ham etc score 1: two types of biscuits score zero! No jam portions score 1: at least 6 types, score zero Coissant control score 1: plentiful and unguarded score zero No bottled water score 2: no bottles score 2 No yoghurt ...
... into the correct rooms for the Venice list. Straight to our rooms. Sleep in tomorrow as wake up call at 7.30, breakfast at 8 and packing the buses at 9.15 to head to Bologna and Pesaro. Billy James On your first Venice trip one of the first things you will notice is that Venice itself is the main attraction. Venice activities like strolling along the winding streets and the canals, sitting at a terrace with a proper cup of coffee and breathing in the atmosphere of this ...
... of Venice and meandered through the streets and canal crossings until we found ourselves in Santa Croce. We decided to stop for a gelato and were surprised to be handed the biggest scoop of homemade deliciousness in the notoriously expensive city - my black cherry was a highlight of the day and Jase found a new love for stracciatella (basically vanilla with chocolate chunks).
With sights seen and plenty spent, we decided to head back to the camper for a budget night in! ...
... back across the grand canal admiring all the Murano glass shops. We could of bought so many things but this was just the start of our trip so it would probably break along the way.
When we arrived at San Marco square we decided to head back to a midday shower to freshen up for the afternoon. we had to do this otherwise we wouldn't of enjoyed the rest of the day. Whilst at the hostel we grabbed a bite to eat before heading to the Basilica cathedral. We ...
... yellow and green and so on all next to each other in the streets and on the canals. A feast for the eyes. We wound our way through the streets to the Lace Museum (lace being what Burano is famous for) and this time were struck by the beauty and exquisite workmanship and intricate detail of the displays. We followed the museum up with a shop selling all kinds of Hand embroidered Burano lace of which we are now the proud owners of a couple of pieces. Beautiful!
Time to ...