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Travel Blogs from Tessera
... shot Cafe Latte and a Pane (small baguette) with mozzarella and tomato - yum!! Now on to Paris where Vegetarians are frowned on!! Lucky for me I have found a list of Vegetarian Restaurants so I don't just have to eat crepes for the next few days (what a hardship that would be!). Arrived in Paris at 11:00. I had pre-booked a shuttle pick up. Will never do that again I don't think. They were not there as I was told they would be. After ...
... and ended up eating it all!! I was soon in a food coma and we all spent the afternoon napping on the picnic table cos there were too many green ants on the ground and it was too hot in our tent. Shaun, Jennie and I went to the restaurant later that night for dinner and shared a pizza and a can of coke between us which came to 2€ each. That night I woke up at 4am feeling sick from the heat and when I checked the temperature I realized why, it was 27 degrees with 65% ...
... back to the hostel. It was actually warm when I was out of the palace however, so I enjoyed wandering back through the interesting streets.
I grabbed a tacky masquerade shaped piece of mazupan and cappucino and sat on a nearby set of steps under a fancy church with a few others who had the same idea, enjoying the sun as I consumed both. The cappuccino was tasty but the mazupan was not particularly good: I guess one has to go to Toledo for that!
... nearly needing a sideways crablike position for passage were lined with doors in various states of decay. Some doorways completely bricked in, forever burying the secrets they held. If exiting the Pirates of The Caribbean ride during the bustling town scene was possible we had done it. Passages opened up to quaint little bridges that leapt over the canals only to dart back into the narrow maze ...
... 8220;I put it in my case, out the wa – Oh! Bugger! Where is it? I must have left it in the hotel in Venice. I remember hanging it in the wardrobe."
Luckily we were booked in to the Hotel Venice Resort tomorrow for 1 night so hopefully it will still be there.
The disembarkation process is something of a military operation. The ship has to disembark 3500 passengers together with at least that many pieces of luggage. To do this efficiently, you ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking