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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... my passport dates. Seems I have renewed my passport since my last trip.
The room was exactly as we remembered it. There waiting on the little table, neatly laid with crisp white linen tablecloth, and serviiettes , a fruit crema pastry on a plate with cake forks.
The same stunningly beautiful Murano glass chandelier still adorned the room. The same four poster bed and marble bathroom. We drew back the curtains, admired the views ...
... and would be so easy to miss as it is not on one of the major tourist routes. The staircase (Scala) is part of a larger palace but it is the stairs that are the main attraction. The original palace was designed in 1499 and the family had the stairs added later. (Probably when they realised that there was no way to get to the upper floors!!) The spiral is often compared to the snail’s shell (bovolo) and hence the palace got its name as "snail house’.<b> ...
... to be lost many times over the next few days with the little we have already seen.
By the way, don't worry about my favourite pack horse, aka Phil, this time our house is on the ground floor! It's about time I was a better wife.
Phil - I was just starting to master, ok, work out a few French words and now we have to have an Italian accent. All very confusing.
The trip down the 4 flights of stairs to check out of the nice apartment ...
... down blood lines. A traveller could not come to Venice and start up a gondolier business.
Although many feel the gondola rides are pricey and a major tourist trap, do yourself a favour and dive in head first. You will not regret the experience. The boys take you through the canals, tell you interesting facts on the tour and give you the relaxing pure Venetian experience. It is one of those things that you must do ...
... Lake Worthersee at lunchtime. Sat on on rather high deck overlooking the lake which extended for 20 kms with Slovenian and Italian alps in the background (see photographs). This area is known as the "Three Countries Corner" where Austria, Slovenia and Italy all abut each other. Crossed the border into Italy and for the next 50-100 kms we were in the Italian alps which proved to be just as spectacular ...