- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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... boat) for 13 Euro per person. Hungarian exchange rate is AUS $0.0051 = 1 Hungarian Forint. We took the bus and metro to get to our Apartment in Pest. We did not tell Dorottya Apartments our arrival time so they were not around to let us in. We sat in the Hung(a)ry? Restaurant (pub) and used their wifi to contact them. We did not have to wait long. We ate authentic ...
... better! While waiting to check in I did a bit of shopping. Had to buy some masks of course! After check-in at the Palazzo Selvadego I relaxed for a while before going back out to meet David and Jo for a gondola ride. Lots of photos taken! I guess that's another tick. Finished the day with dinner in one of the outdoor restaurants on St Mark's ...
... our waitor, who has lived in Cannaregio his whole life, about the Ghetto quarter and a high rise apartment building such that could have an elevator?
He knew exactly where the Jewish quarter was and directed us down the main street, over four bridges, turn right, keep going,
We followed his directions to the letter and in about fifteen minutes there we were...,well, we were in the Jewish section.
We took a spell by sitting on a marble bench in ...
... now be travelling by Italian rail. We then caught the train to Venice and after many stairs (with our suitcases) we eventually found the church where we were to meet the lady who showed us our apartment. We have quite a spacious 3 bedroom apartment and a laundry downstairs - yippee - clean clothes.
After settling into the apartment, putting on some washing, we headed out to explore Venice. We walked for quite some time, ...
We finished Italy with a drive through the outstanding Dolomites mountain range. Just like the Italian Alps, they were staggering. However it felt like we left Italy a long time before we got to the border, road signs had German and Italian on them and many restaurants or hotels ended their names with a not so Italian “hof”, the houses had also completely changed – having ...