VIP Inn Veneza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... along the waterfront, and the St. Roque Church. Our excellent guide is always on the lookout for people she suspects are pick-pockets, and she occasionally will halt and warn us to watch our wallets. We drive by one train station which she calls the “University of Pick-Pockets.”
One of our group members has a birthday today, so we meet for a drink at the hotel bar ...
... from the planes to the arrival area. Then a
long walk to the luggage carousel and a mere 45 minute wait for the luggage to
actually get there. We went to use the Metro but it was shut down for some
reason. The line up for a cab was huge (hundreds of people in the queue), so we
went up to arrivals level and quickly snagged a taxi that had recently dropped
After checking into our ...
... Greg and Jaye come to stay a week in The Villages. And there are also "Village people" here that we see daily. They are dance instructors in The Villages, but I'm not sure we're going to be taking lessons from them as, I'm sorry to report, we flunked out of the classes here. Sorry, Sue! We both had high hopes. We had a super day in Lisbon, Sintra and Cascais in Portugal ...
... instruments and ways of completing a census (notches in a stick, separated by larger notches to indicate different households) was really interesting. The museum was not very large, but was interesting enough (don't go out of your way, but if you have time, it is neat). Then, I wandered the streets, passing an inconspicuous school, a military base, a stable/riding arena in a house like building (I only knew it was horses because of the smell, and the door was open). Eventually, ...
... learning as it is about affording the time for myself and to see the world. With that in mind, I’m excited about settling in one city and starting Spanish school in Colombia. I’m excited about meeting and living with my host family, a small journey within the big one that I intend on taking head on. Then, there is the opportunity to work as a volunteer at Aldea Yanapay, a school for under privileged kids in Cuzco, Peru. For ...