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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and so enjoyable. The captain loads and unloads our luggage and gives me a helping hand. Phillip was left to fend for himself but he managed to come aboard without incident!
It was so good to be back at the same hotel we have stayed previously and in fact, we have the same room. It's overlooking the canal, see the pics. Thanks to efficient computers the receptionist /concierge was expecting us and also had our past history on screen so he only had ...
... with a sign that says: ‘I’m getting married (to God) in the morning!!’ The passageways and small thoroughfares do not run in any specific pattern and it’s very easy to lose your bearings. The canals are a good way to calculate your position on the map and by using this method along with the ‘shape of the passage’ we found our way to the Scala Continari Bovolo. This attraction is tucked away behind an obscure little alley (known as the Calle ...
... I needed to unpack at the carousel for some long sleeves and we headed outside with an umbrella. We were walking to the dock to catch the ferry to Venice. As things happen it stopped raining while on the ferry, and our arrival at 5pm on Venice was dry.
Fortunately our rental manager walked us to our house or we might possibly still be looking.
We have been to the supermarket to stock up and out for a quick dinner and walk.
It is a given that we ...
... short as the gondeliers didn't like the (potential ) weather, wind and rain, and were more concerned about staying dry than with making money.
The rain just about held off till as we returned to the hotel. The rain was increasing in intensity, so opted for the pink thongs, poncho and umbrella. Paul didn't think he'd need his poncho........ serious miscalculation. The heavens opened, so much so that I carried rather than draged my suitcase! Boy ...
Today we got up fairly early and caught the train firstly to Milan and then into Venice. The first leg was 4 hours and the second was 3 so a fair bit of sitting around was had. On the first leg to Milan we had a nice couple from Sydney to chat to which was nice. The scenery was incredible as we travelled through the Swiss Alps. What amazed us however was the amount of homes high up in the mountains. How they get there is a mystery. Maybe ...