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Travel Blogs from Polesella
... 322;o, bardziej jak wezwanie do broni, aby stanac w szranki.
Po tym "fantastycznym" początku naszych wakacji w wakacje, po raz kolejny spakowalismy nasze obozowisko i wyruszą gdzieś indziej po R & R (relaks i odpoczynek).
Pogoda znowu piekna, choc dzisiaj trochę chłodniej temp tylko ponizej 20st. W trakcie podrozy zrobilo sie cieplej i cieszylismy sie z klimatyzacji.
Przypomniało nam sie tez po drodze , że Jan i ...
March 5-8 I flew from Madrid to Venice and took the shuttle bus from the airport to the city center. The directions I got from the internet to my hostel were not very helpful (plus the fact that I didn't have a map, haha) so I ended up asking a few locals for directions. Luckily, they all spoke English and were very friendly. I got my hostel around 7pm and checked in. One of my roommates was an American doing ...
... Looked in many shops, made some purchases. A hour and a half later of arriving in the city I came to St Mark's Square. The line to go into the basilica was very short, 5 minutes later I was in there. I had forgotten how marvelous the gold mosaiced ceiling is, unfortunately I wasn't allowed to take photos. The mosaic stone flooring is uneven- have watch where you are walking! The basilica is Byzantine style and was built for the resting place of ...
... friend. While strolling a busy shopping street by San Marco the next day, I came across a store with an amazing window display of traditional papier mache masks. You see the masks everywhere in the tourist spots, but there was something about this shop that attracted me inside. I soon found myself chatting with the guy working there named Tomaso. We talked about the masks and my travels. We chatted a lot about India... he's been there several times and is doing social work with ...
... camp site. On the gondola ride one of the guys proposed to his girlfriend who said yes, and it left the rest of us single girls feeling quite inadequate and contemplating the meaning of life..... just kidding!!! LOL Not to much to say about Venice really, mossies were a problem at the camp site but we were only there a few hours and then off again to return to ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed