- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the city and ended up back near our hotel,where we had lunch alongside a canal, so we sat sown next to a couple for dinner, who were from Northern Ireland and we had a good yarn to them talking about NRL, Aussie Rules,Rugby Union and of course Belfast. He like us loved the SOO games and could not believe it when we showed him the photo with Jerry and was disappointed when I didn't have a photo of Isaac Boss( Kiwi who new of Zane ...
... DWG) appeared to experiencing some difficulties and looked likely to fail. Ignoring our concerns we obtained a strange breakfast of egg on ham with olives with a milky milky latte then reserved some seats on tomorrows train.
Still ignoring the dark skies and our coffee taste buds completely dissatisfied with the gross lattes consumed, we went in search of a speciality coffee joint to enjoy a much much better ...
... and chocolate. I admit that it is one of the best Ice cream experiences of my life and surrender to the fact that the Italians really know how to get their food right. It was time for our next excursion and we find ourselves lost in a maze. We run around in circles before I walk up to the police and try to put on an Italian accent 'exscusi' to which I proceed in English, 'Which way to St Marks Square?' Thank goodness the policemen replies back in ...
Four of my roommates and three of our other close girl friends decided to plan a last minute trip to Venice this past weekend! It was a wonderful adventure with lots of exploring. There were ZERO cars in Venice, as it is a walking city with water buses. Venice is made up of about six islands, and we had to by bus tickets for the weekend, and we would take water buses everywhere, it was wonderful!
... in minerals - certainly the fish look very happy and big. We considered fishing but with a hefty €50 price tag for the permit we instead hired a rowing boat and paddled out to the island monastery. On the way back we floated around whilst eating our boat picnic. Soaking it all up. Swim is a possibility but the ambient temperature has dipped somewhat (thank god we didn't ditch the duvet!) so maybe a big toe or two will suffice.