Venice to Treviso

Back to Venice,onto Treviso

Well it had to be am early start on the last day.

I was told there was quite a heavy storm last night, I didn’t notice so did I finally get my sea legs?
Another glorious view of Venice on the way in.
It is amazing the water traffic early in the morning and how our large boat was guided safely to its mooring at the old fish quay.
Off loading the groups from the boat took time though there are less than 200 of us.
R happy to find links to airport charging 60 euros we paid that for the weeks parking and a free shuttle…. Atleast he was till there was a mix up over our pick up piont…. Sorted within half an hour so we could be happy again .
The car was waiting and started so off to Treviso with James back in charge.
Finding our boutique HOTEL ROVERE l wasn’t easy James kept saying we were at the destination but the hotel was on the back of a building and hard to spot.
Once inside we were happy despite the stairs up to reception , it was full of character and we had a bright clean room.
It even had a balcony.
Since the car was safely parked we decided to walk into town down a beautiful tree lined avenue flanked with elegant houses.

Unemployment may be high but some families still have money.

The town was criss crossed with streams and cycle paths .

Everywhere decorated with baskets of flowers.

We had a very Italian lunch in the old square.

As I sat enjoying the view I felt I was still moving so now seem to be having trouble getting my land legs back.A fellow passenger explained to me kindly it was all in the mind…. I have a very strange mind!
Anyway the town was very pretty and dripping history so after more walking we headed back for an early night .
It was then we noticed a couple of things, first on the lamposts.

Then along all the waterways… We had our very own Hamelin.


We left by the city gate.obviously no deterrent to the rats.

There was a big discovery when we got out as to what was at the front of the hotel building.
a great day had the perfect ending.
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