Ai Tre Ponti
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... could see all of Venice and even the airport. I got some solid pictures and only stayed for about 15 minutes because it was starting to get crowded. When I got off the elevator at the base of the bell tower, I saw a huuuuuge line! I'm really glad I went up when I did! I then took the ACTV back to Venice and did more walking around. I tried to see as much of the main and off the path streets as I could. I then decided to get some lunch to ...
... time to get a taxi back to
the port, here is where things started to get a little interesting. We were
well positioned to get a taxi before it got into the town centre as like the
walls it runs on a one way system around the outside of the old town walls but
after drying off and a few boys finding secret alley ways to get changed we
hailed a taxi but he refused to take us as we looked wet and he was not
prepared to have his taxi wet, even with a few extra dollars ...
Up,, packed and bags out at 7am, off to breakfast, 5th floor, lovely view of the city, walked up to the pool, was inviting but not open until 9am, after we have gone. On the bus & into Florence city to begin our walking tour, went through the Galleria dell' Accademia to see the original statue of David, after sitting outside for 400 years they decided to move it inside to prevent damage. The statue was amazing, ...
... watch Al make his way down the aisle toward me with his cart, he says, “Shh, sweetie, you have to sit down.” Pippy is oblivious but Al keeps his cool. He is a big man and in appearance unlike any flight attendant I can recall. Bearded, he wears his short sleeved uniform shirt open two buttons at the neck so that his crucifix is properly framed as it lies in a snug bed of chest hair. A well trimmed beard frames his face as his thinning crop of head hair betrays ...
... not too expensive. So we arrived at The Church Palace between 11:30 and 12:00. It was by far the largest hotel we had been in - in fact it was HUGE. We were only going to be there for a short time, so we wouldn't really know how big or what all was inside.
We went up to our room to find what looked like a normal shower - with doors and everything and one outlet. ONE outlet. In the room. The Whole Room. ONE. Could not figure that one out. We ...