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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... It was now about 9:00 p.m. and Video Girl said she would like to walk through Piazza San Marco. As Video Girl and Battery Boy entered the square she said, "Let's have a drink at Caffe Florian and listen to the orchestra." Before sitting down Battery Boy rang his bank and asked for an overdraft. The weather was still being extremely kind to Video Girl and Battery Boy as they sat in the piazza sipping their gin and tonics listening to the ...
Venice. Venice. Oh spectacular Venice!!! One seriously remarkable city!!! A city built on swamps, it defies the laws of engineering and architecture. And oh what a beautiful site it is!!!! As we neared Venice station on the train, the city slowly began to reveal itself in all it splendor. It looked like a floating city out of a fairy tale or even the scene from some end of the world film. I was awestruck! As we got off the train and exited the station we were immediately struck by ...
... in to our little wooden chalet- very nice too! Sparsely furnished with only a bed, heater and some curtains but it was very quaint and the campsite itself had everything we needed- clean shower blocks, a restaurant, a shop and a TV showing the football. After checking all this out we jumped on the bus for our 10 minute ride to central Venice where, in the theme of the holiday, we proceeded to walk around aimlessly, argued over who was going to map read, and ...
... with fantastic pieces - chandeliers, glass statues, even gold encrusted pieces. Every single thing was waaay out of our price range, some with price tags in the tens of thousands of euros. I don't know where this guy got the idea that we may be Australian millionaires on holiday but he certainly seemed to have that impression. Sandy and I kept looking at each other thinking "why is no one else getting this treatment?"
... and chocolate. I admit that it is one of the best Ice cream experiences of my life and surrender to the fact that the Italians really know how to get their food right. It was time for our next excursion and we find ourselves lost in a maze. We run around in circles before I walk up to the police and try to put on an Italian accent 'exscusi' to which I proceed in English, 'Which way to St Marks Square?' Thank goodness the policemen replies back in ...