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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... instead of hundreds of stairs. We were, as usual, early to the station but were able to sit down and wait on the platform. Sean had been able to get a special price for First Class which was nice. The seats are a little bigger and there is a free snacks and drink cart. The trains are very sleek and quiet, and get up to more than 250kph, so the journey to Venice took just over 1 hour. The trip was marred only by being across the aisle from a group of ...
... is dwindling, which is hardly surprising, as there is nothing for the youngsters coming out of school or university, other than in hospitality or catering.
Everything is expensive and too bad if you did not enjoy your meal, because the restaurant is hardly going to get overly concerned, when there will be ...
... the travel agent said a "stones throw from Piazza San Marco." We headed across the square with our very heavy backpacks when Kirk asks if I know where we are headed. I knew the address so we stopped and pulled out the map. Pearson and I looked it over thoroughly and found the street..... San Marco. So off one of the little alleyways we went. We walked the entire length of the street with no luck.... the street numbers actually change direction in ...
WOW it's not raining. We woke this morning to blue skys. This is the first sunny day in five days. The day starts with breakfast at 8.00. Breakfast is nice as they have bacon and eggs and fresh cappuccino. Today is going to be a day of window shopping and maybe some purchases. We set off in the opposite direction today and walk towards the main railway station. We headed across a bridge and towards the Rialto Bridge. ...
... size of these structures it truly awesome. To think that this Square started out as a small monastery garden dating back to the third century. Construction on the Basilica started in 829 and it burned down in 976 and was rebuilt from 1071 on. The people here are friendly, and helpful. We have not had any issues with language, there is always someone nearby who can speak English. Tomorrow we meet our guide who will spend several days with us in ...