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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... Gregorian chant. For the rest of the afternoon we walked around the Rialto Bridge area and did a little more shopping. For our evening we headed away from the crazy tourist areas and out for a nice supper at Restaurante Casa Bonita. We had a absolutely wonderful dinner. We even had a great show as another thunderstorm came through and we sat under the restaurants awning and watch the lightning lit up the night ...
Hello everyone! Once again, I'm going to wrap up two days into one post. We had a half day in Florence before taking a train to Venice. However, Venice turned out to be not so hot for us. Our half day in Florence started early with a morning walk to the Piazza di San Michelangelo. Being able to see the city from this perspective was so amazing. You ...
After a solid sleep we were awoken to street noise at 6am. Not an ideal way to start the day but it gave me a chance to update the blog and get into the day. We went to breakfast in the little breakfast room for your typical Euro style breakfast. I have to say I don't think I can ever get used to cake being served for breakie but everyone eats it!! I think we are the only Aussies in the hotel which is fine by me too. Darren did your typical boy thing and squirted tomato on his ...
... they also had a stage for a band. Which was entertaining. There was a piano, accordion, violin, it seemed like quite a few people in the bands and it was entertaining to listen to them. The tour podcast said that they are duelling orchestras. As there are 2 restaurants scores the square from each other than each have a band. At the one end of the square is St marks basilica. We didn't go in, but the church on the outside was beautiful, with lots ...
... br> I would say it took us over two hours or so to find our way to our hotel. It took about an hour after this little shop. I have to say we were a little cross with it all, just about how difficult it is to navigate the city. Finally, San Marco square, massive buildings and the Dumo and expensive Corona, which we don't buy. We get home, get out the maps to try to find where we were. Very difficult to work it out as we couldn't find where we were dropped off. ...