Hotel Villa Pannonia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... alleyways trying to find a Rick Steves rec. Along the way, in an alley, a restaurant owner came out to invite us in to his small and empty restaurant, which we declined. But after finding the restaurant we intended to go to was not yet open, we double-backed and were the first guests of the night for this man. He gave us a complimentary aperitif and we had quick service. It was all very good: the boys had pasta with meat ...
... Giardini Garibaldi. We walked out to the Rialto area and got to take in the Grand Canal. It was still early morning and there were few people out except for the workers heading to their various places of business.
Crossed the Rialto Bridge and decided to save the Rialto market for another day. We were glad for the GPS to keep encouraging us that we were indeed going the right direction. There were so many interesting ...
... to see what it is like so we went down the street and realised that Prada, Gucci and other famous stores were just around the corner (Sami had to touch each of the shops) so then we walked to the Rialto bridge with little markets and stalls. I it was a hot hot day and we got a cup of fresh delicious strawberry and pineapple then at the end of the bridge we saw a water fountain were you could refill your ...
... long ride back to our stop, I think we were on the milk run! We went to Hard Rock Cafe for supper and had some American food which Jess was happy about. We each bought t-shirts there and got one for Dave too. We saw a very handsome gondola driver, on hind sight we wish we had of taken a ride in his gondola! After supper we stopped in St Marks Square and listened to bands that were set up outside in the square and we enjoyed a drink of the locals called ...
... wanderers with heavy baggage on a crowded train. We did eventually find two seats together and made it to the end of the train trip. The next leg of the trip involved a bus trip. It was a two-story bus and our seats were on the top which was rad and we were in the very front so we had some great views. But the sun was streaming in through that big front window and we were boiling. We both got in a little bit of a nap so we would be rested when we ...