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Arriving by train we are considering staying at a BandB near the Stazione Porta Nueva(Fiored di Roby)...any suggestions for a better place to stay, best places to visit and inexpensive places to pick up a great sandwich or pizza? Thanks so much.
Genevieve & Dan
I was in Mestre a week ago and received a fine while taking the bus to the airport on my way out of the country. I had validated my train ticket to get to Mestre and was told at the office that it would work for both the train and bus. Since I was in Italy for five days I used the train every day this was my first experience with the bus, I had used the water taxi and had the pass that worked on all public transportation so I assumed this was the same. I was wrong and received a fine even though the couple next to me who also did not have validated tickets was allowed to purchase tickets upon leaving the bus and I was not. No idea why even though I produced my validated train ticket and attempted to explain what happened. My question is is there a number or website I can go to pay the fine, or do I have to mail it in?
We will be traveling by car the second week of September from Venice to Zurich to catch a flight. We have 3 1/2 days and want to see some of the wine country north and west of Venice, the dolomites, and maybe stay in a village in Austria. We have looked at going to Verona, Vincenza, Asiago, Bassano d Grappa, Marostica, Bolzano, and a village in Austria. We really need some advise on what to see and do between Venice and Zurich.
Just wondering if anyone could give me an estimate for an average daily food allowance in Venice (dinner+light lunch)? I'm planning a trip and am failing to locate any such up-to-date info elsewhere. I like eating in non-touristy, favoured-by-locals type of places (don't we all) where food is decent and satisfying and have no gastronomic whims/dietary limitations. Needless to say, couldn't care less about "being seen eating in N where X, Y and Z have been spotted" factor. Would be grateful for feedback based on your experiences (or reliable sources you may know of).
I am reading that I need an "L" adaptor for my appliances. ex. curling iron/hairdryer. They are both dual voltage. Now when i go on line I am seeing some 2 prong "L" adaptors and some 3 prong "L" adaptors.. Now I am confused as to what I should purchase?
One other question, my hair dryer has two voltage listed, a 120 is what we use here in the US and then it has a place to switch to 250V. I am reading that Italy has 240V so do any of you knowledgeable electricians know is that is ok to use?
Thanks in advance for your help.
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