Hotel La Pergola di Venezia
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... which was once a palace and looks just like one.
It's scary how much Venice is sinking- a noticeable amount even in the last thirty years since we first visited.
Back then, it was only ...
... been a place I have wanted to visit and to think that I have spent the last 3 days here is almost unbelievable. If you had told me as a kid that I would one day end up in Venice eating gelato and strolling through the Piazzo San Marco I would have laughed but hey this little country girl made it and it was everything I ever dreamed of. Tomorrow we pick up the camper van and head off towards the Great Lakes of Italy. To quote an Aussie Icon "this is livin'". Bec ...
... shop, where books were piled on every available surface. Rachel had some trouble looking at some art prints as a very fat cat insisted on sleeping on them. We were lucky in choosing our restaurant in that the food was delicious and it started raining whilst we ate. The first time we've seen rain since Rome.
Left the apartment fairly early ...
... Coeliacs on all future Norwegian sailings as they are going to ensure the problems are remedied and some of his suggestions taken to senior company management meetings.
We met a lovely couple from Scotland who we are going to keep in contact with and the couple from Tweed Heads asked us to keep in touch also. So another good week aboard, mostly fabulous weather (1 bad day), great ports and some good company. Of course we're now talking about a return trip.
... train that night. We then headed upstairs to leave our bags with reception for the day, and headed to St Mark's square. We navigated through the people to head up the St Mark's Campanile first, a tower in the square that has the best views over Venice. There was an elevator to get to the top, no stairs, and it was reasonably pricey (8 euros), especially seen as you can't really spend too much time up there, what with all the people, but there were some good views to ...