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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to see what it is like so we went down the street and realised that Prada, Gucci and other famous stores were just around the corner (Sami had to touch each of the shops) so then we walked to the Rialto bridge with little markets and stalls. I it was a hot hot day and we got a cup of fresh delicious strawberry and pineapple then at the end of the bridge we saw a water fountain were you could refill your ...
... this time with dear ol' SHAGOO by our sides. Today was going to be an exceptionally great day because of two things. 1. Meeting up to see The High Schoolers & 2. Meeting up to see Grace, who Sammie and i haven't seen in Yonks. We get on the morning bus to take us to Venice. When we arrive to decide to take a similar route to that of our treasure hunt back in November. Before even going anywhere first things first, buy masks!! (Photo proof). After masking time we delved ...
... We decided that we would get food on the way down. We got to the church and it was one of the most beautiful buildings all trip so naturally we took lots of photos. On the walk back down we stopped in at the pizza place. It was so very cheap here and pretty much all of contiki went to him. We left and were back on the road to Venice, but not without a stop at the Barbarino designer shopping outlet. Lots of fun was had here by all the girls. We arrived in Venice with plenty of ...
... yet another hearty NZ win and a few Guinness' later we left the pub now filled with football fans and headed to Al Vagon for dinner. We sat overlooking another tiny canal and tried the orange spritz drink we had seen all the locals drinking. Made with prosecco, a very bitter liqueur called aperol and topped off with sparkling mineral water, we struggled to drink the yuck local drink. However, the dinner itself was delicious and by far the best meal we ...
Once we got into Venice airport, our first challenge was figuring out how to get to the Alilaguna boat that goes from the airport to the main island which we were staying on. Figured out how to buy the tickets easily (conveniently there were ticket machines in the luggage hall), but finding the boat was a bit more challenging. Looking at my pocket earth map it seemed to show water if we turned right from the terminal, but ...