Hotel Ai Laghetti
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the red room and the green room. You can sit in the green room all day without being expected to order anything. The signature coffee is a Caffé Pedrocchi - a coffee with mint cream. This actually tasted good.
Back on board for dinner (5 courses) while the boat sailed for Polesella where we docked for the night.
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... assistantship program in Avignon so we talked for a while about our experiences teaching and living in France. March 6: I got a map from the hostel and started my venture through the city. As my roommate had told me the night before, "Don't worry. You'll get lost. That's what you do in Venice." I definitely got lost. The map wasn't detailed and streets weren't labeled very well. I felt like I was wandering through ...
... luggage, it is impossible for the locals to get anyway on them, I found out from the very hospitable hotel owners. It is frustrating to try to get to and from work, do shopping etc. with tourists everywhere. Venice is so unique, no cars or busses, just water transportation and walking on the narrow streets, which because there is no motor traffic, have not been altered since Venice was built. All other cities have installed roads on these narrow ...
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