Bonotto Hotel Belvedere
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... grading is compared to ours in Australia. That done, time for chocolata, then back to it. Johnny called it quits at lunch time as he bit weak, I went back out - remind me not to have a glass of wine with lunch!
Wednesday saw another near perfect day weatherwise, which was unexpected, and John was feeling much better We skied all day across Colfosco, and then following a lunchtime rest we headed over to Corvara. Arrived home about ...
... wifi to check address - somehow, thanks to a nice guy in a vodaphone store (we don't even use vodaphone).OH, and the google controlled heating system in the house in which we are
staying, no prizes for guessing our host is a software programmer, and the two neighbours both of whom are in their 90's who live as Italy was 60 years ago (according to our host). This has been our best stop so far - real north ...
We had a wonderful time in Venice today including Mass in the "catacombs" of St Mark's, a fun, long stroll to the Rialto Bridge, lunch in a charming cubby upstairs in a bakery and a gondola ride. Hoping to add pictures tomorrow and you will see that we are dressed like Eskimos. It was really cold. We just finished a delicious five course dinner and are bundling up again to go into the town square for New Year's Eve fireworks. Out Fitbits tell us that we walked over 4 miles today ... So ...
Snow on the ground greeted us in Frankfurt. Nearly 1 1/2 miles through the airport and we reached our gate to Venice. After watching the wings get de-iced-we finally got underway. We walked around Padua this evening ... also known as Padova. It is quite cold but will be colder in the morning in Venice. We had Mass in a pretty chapel in the church of St. Plus X. Pictures are from Padua. Hope they will ...
... 78 statues, who represent famous citizens of Padova (one being Galileo Galilie). It is on the site of an old roman arena that was demolished in the 16th century and the ruins were used to build the Cathedral of St Guistina which is at one end of the elliptical park. The Cathedral has an impressive open space inside with not many seats.
Liam enjoyed the park as there was still quite a lot of frozen snow about, he had fun trying to throw snow balls at Rob. ...