Casa del Melograno Inn
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... about 45 min walk.. at least this gives Evan a bit of an idea what Venice is about.. We stop at the McD's to use washroom and dry off then head out.. Arrive back at train station just after 6 pm and train leaves 7:25 pm... hanging out at the station.. There aren't really many chairs there and so I have my mom squatting leaning on a small horizontal (which is about 6 inches off the floor-) bar using it as a chair.. What a champ she is!!
Train comes and we ...
... in. Luckily, the room had converters so we were able to charge the bare necessities.
All in all, arriving in Florence was great and we loved our accommodations. They just improved with every location change, which was a good feeling. For anyone looking for a fantastic hotel to stay in within Florence, Hotel Dali is the place to go. It's pretty close to everything but also not in a super touristy area too, which made finding good local food really easy.
... flakes as big as silver dollars! Heavy! Pretty but messy to walk in. I ordered spaghetti, Terry a ham pasta dish, and Grant and Domonic lasagna. All was pretty good. We gave up the fight to stay awake, and took a an hour nap. We met as a group for dinner at 6 to fill out paperwork and review the itinerary. Dinner was a creamy spinach pasta appetizer, baked chicken and custard. Okay. Shower and bed by 10. ...
... lifting them over canal bridges, rolling them along the alleyways, we eventually reached our destination, http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Revi ew-g187870-d233892-Reviews-Hotel_La_Fen ice_et_des_Artistes-Venice_Veneto.html Look at the photos on this site, it looks quaint, it’s actually irritating on some levels. For example, our bathroom could have left out the bidet and been twice as big, and it wasn't a big bidet. You had to sit sideways on the toilet ...
... but we met some cool people. We spent our first day walking around and exploring the old town, and dining on traditional Subway. We joined a free tour and were split into groups of about 20 with different tour guides. Unfortunately our tour guide was a girl called Jana, and she was truly the most infuriating person I've ever come across. I've met many chirpy, excitable people in my time but she was so beyond anything. Her voice was high pitched and squeaky (she actually ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed