Villa Luisa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We left Rome for Venice at about 10:30 Sunday morning. We were on one train, a FrecciaArgento (fast train) for the 4 and a half hour ride. It was a pleasant, comfortable ride with nice views for the duration. Jd and I attempted to pass the time by drinking some Grappa we had purchased in Rome. Strange liquor, strong, with an aftertaste of raisins. It was slow going and finally we gave up and had some italian beer. We drove through ...
... Pozzuoli are, during the day, quintessentially Italian in that they are berserk, anarchic and maddeningly confusing. Added to this the hire car had a manual gearbox, which given that Italians drive on the right hand side of the road, meant that Peter (a man who spent nearly all his driving life in the UK preferring an automatic transmission) had to change gear with his right hand. As if this isn’t enough to deal with the road signs are designed to be baffling and ...
... Fresh fish/shellfish, fruits, vegetables, and assorted other foodstuffs. Off Via Nicola Fasano, a couple blocks north of the Tempio di Serapide, 40°49.7'N 14°7.1'E. Especially popular on Sunday (probably because all the other shops are closed!). Monterusciello Market - Wed morning, food, clothes, and other goods, between Monterusciello Sud and Nord exits. (Driving directions courtesy of David Hunter: from the N, take Monterusciello Sud, turn L ...
... were all under preservations, they were scanning them with lasers to what all the paint is made of. We all had dinner on the canal at a seafood place where I got spaghetti with shrimp and clams.
Today we went to the Venice Biennale, which was actually really awesome. Each major country had their own house there, where they transformed the entire inside into a different art exhibit each year. Some where displays of sculptures, others ...
... We made a quick stop at truck stop and there were rows of grape vines right next to the parking lot! On top of that, the gas station was landscaped to perfection. Palm trees and yellow flowers all over the place. So weird! When we got to the Venetian port, the weather did a 180, and we were sitting under sunny skies. However, Mihaella warned that rain and clouds were expected, so we brought sweaters and scarves with us. We boarded our boat to old Venice ...