Hotel Ai Laghetti
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Breakfast, how to get on the autostrade , from hotel, we made it, went to Soave to see the winery and the castle,, oh damn the winery close on Sunday, so we climb to top of the hill to the castle, left Soave looking how to get to Nove, Got fuel in Soave , We travel the country side and found the town,, guess what there close it Sunday , ...
... came up and started speaking to me. I was getting sick of
saying 'non parlo Italiano', so I just stared at her and showed her my ticket. That wasn't what she was asking. She started talking to other people and someone revealed that she was asking about a black bag. Panic set in a bit. My bag is black. Had it spilled open? Was it causing an obstruction? It turned out there was a bag that didn't seem to have an owner sitting in the middle ...
... as it was abandoned due to malaria, however the Byzantine cathedral was lovely, and the ruins around town offered plenty to see.
Finding some shade before our trip via sea was lucky, and we were soon on the waterbus and then transferring to eventually get back to Fondamente Nuove. The trip was rough as the seas were wild, with people on the boat getting wet due to the waves. We ...
... we used it). After a good night's sleep at our new digs we were ready for taking on every stop that a tourist must see while in Venice. We started at the north end of the Grand Canal, by the train station where we bought the next day's tickets to Florence. We hopped on a vapperrertto that took us from the train station all the way to St. Marks Plaza. It was so surreal to see an entire city built on canals. And of course I was so glad to ...
... crazy Italians. They have a treasury in there too, with artifacts from hundreds of years ago. You have to be a little in awe of the age of these things - some of them are from 4-500BC. They even have Muslim artifacts in there, which I thought odd for a house of God. Was thirsty after all my trecking about, so I went for a hot chocolate at the cafe Al Tadaro on the waterfront. It was only after ordering it that I ...