Venezia 2000 Hotel & Residence
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... dress code for this one night, but we knew that tomorrow we were all expected to lift our game and dress in "smart casual" attire! It was so lovely to eat a regular meal- with vegetables, and the dessert tonight, sensational!!! After tea we explored a few areas of the ship but didn't panic about seeing it all as we knew we still had time in the morning to check out some more! A great sleep tonight - the pillows on our bed were fluffy and soft. Ahh.... ...
... shirt. We spent the rest of the afternoon walking the narrow streets of Venice, doing some shopping, eating tiramisu and drinking bellinis. For dinner that night we went to a very cute restaurant and got spaghetti.
Our last full day in Venice, Haley, Katelyn, Robin and I took the waterbus to the Venetian Island of Murano. There we saw the very overrated Murano Glass Museum (was overpriced and not well kept). We walked the island for a few hours, stopping in many of ...
... terminating officially in Barcelona!!! Apparently everyone got a full refund but it still didn’t stop people from feeling a little ‘****** off’ at having their holiday ‘trimmed’ especially if they had planned to stay on after disembarking in Barcelona. Christin(a) emphasised that things are fixed now. They actually have a sign in the crew quarters saying: ‘x days since engine failure!’ And she’s telling us this ...
... going to cut it. We found some factory outlets just out of town and both bought formal outfits and lovely italian leather shoes. Drew bought pants that he then when to this little tailor on the way home and got them tailored to size. 3 hrs - formal dress, suit and shoes, quite an achievement we thought. We are on the cruise for 14 nights, but not sure if we will have any wifi so may not hear from us for a ...
... hundred feet anyway.The Tritone Hotel: Everyone we encountered in the hotel spoke good English and was very helpful with everything we asked. A young man helped get our luggage to our room on the 7th floor via their teeny tiny elevator. Our room was nice, not very big. The beds were a bit too hard for our taste but we realized after our first night that they were comfortable enough. The pillows were new ...