Travel Blogs from Venice
After leaving Innsbruck we joined the Brenner Pass to Venice. The Pass is one of the most important North-South passes in Europe and links Austria and Italy. The road is built in the same area that was used by the Romans when they traveled between Venice and Munich. What really amazed us during this three and a half hour journey was that every …
... the best gelati shop in the world!!! I kid you not!! Gelateria K2. Weird name, down a side street, but the man was making the gelati as we ate, in the back kitchen. The display didn't look that appetising as most of the flavours were a bit out there, but the taste was something else. I had a nougat and coffee with yoghurt and cherry syrup!!!! Yum!!!! We've started to get a bit blasé about the buildings, another church spire, bell ...
... also had admission to that through the same ticket. So we decided to have a look. It was relatively small in size and we got through fairly quickly whilst looking at things that struck our interest.
We walked out towards the Canal before taking a seat in the Royal Gardens nearby. Got some shade and relaxation time!
At 2pm we started to wander around again before getting some gelato and eating it against a wall in a random square.
Whilst we ate, we observed a rather ...
We arrived at our hotel after a short taxi ride from the station. As it was Sunday the taxi meter starting price was double at €7.50 and by the time we got to the hotel we were R140 poorer. We went to a restaurant very close to the hotel and joined the locals in a very tasty meal. After enduring moans and groans from the room next to us I asked if we could please move to a quieter room, which we did.
Today Daniella and ...
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A very nice hotel but the location is in a very bad area surrounded by railway tracks and factories. Getting around is not easy and if you do not have a car you will find it extremely difficult. The hotel does have a shuttle service and they did go out of their way to help us, but even finding food was not that easy.
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