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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 55 mins . The highlight was an Asian woman in a bright yellow skirt, which had pleats/tucks on both sides. Wasn’t sure whether she was feeling that Italian food was going to fattener her and so she could let out a pleat a day, or, that she loved the skirt so much and there was only one large size left so she had to put in some tucks.
Day 3, Monday, we explored the Correr museum at one end of St ...
After enjoying a gelato (lemon and strawberry!) and walking along the canals, we took the boat back to Venice Island, switched to a boat to take us back to the bus and back to the hotel. Dinner wasn't until 8:30 PM, so I had almost 2 hours to rest. That humid heat really gets me tired out. Yep—tonight’s dinner was the exact same food as last night. I think they don’t expect the tour groups to eat at the hotel more than one night so they ...
... we going with the girls to get a gondola ride and some food in Venice. I'm excited to see the town at a slower pace in the evening ;) another day on the bus tomorrow to Rome. These day actually go very quickly and so nice to not do anything after sightseeing so much. Rome is going to be busy so much too do ;) can't wait! Lots of love xxxxx Boy: so our first stop into Italy is Venice, I'm writing this on day 3 so we are both a little late to post another blog but that ...
... and canals. Esther got her red Italian leather handbag and we got some glass jewelry which is made on an island (Murano) near Venice, Esther assures me they were all bargains! We then wandered to the other side of the city which had a very cool island home with a wall right around it, where we caught a boat around the outside of Venice which was a good ride. We decided this was going to be a splash out day and we would have tea beside the grand canal! We shared a ...
... after we had walked 2k into a village & couldn’t make sense of the description as it was a relatively recent one & the bell tower was completely wrong. Back we went to catch a ferry & ran for it at the end. This took us to Burano from where another one took us to Torcello. This proved to be a real gem as it has a wonderful Romanesque cathedral with some magnificent mosaics & fine Byzantine carved panels & also a lovely domed roofed ...