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Travel Blogs from Treviso
We arrived in Venice about 7AM today. The pilot came on board and we slowly cruised into town, past St. Mark's Square. We are being followed by another cruise ship. Who knew that cruise ships could enter Venice via the Grand Canal? Who knew that the Grand Canal was so wide? It is quite a bit cooler here. It was in the 80's in Croatia yesterday, but today the high is predicted to be 60. We ate breakfast by the pool. Apparently. Venice has some sort of ...
... by Raphael. Raphael was rich, famous, talented and handsome and according to our tour guide rumour has it that he was quite the lady killer.
We had fifteen minutes of free time in the Sistine Chapel, which was crowded, hot and a bit underwhelming. I preferred looking at the paintings on the electronic screen. It was nice to see the famous painting of God creating Adam. I also learned that Noah was the first man to farm, as well as the first ...
... to wine making - and he was so open and generous with his knowledge – I will always pay homage to him. His willingness to support my decision to join Long Shadows is evident of the generous and gracious style of this man."
It was only natural that Gilles would want to join Allen Shoup’s state-of-the-art Long Shadows team. It is here where he will complete his search for the secrets of the world's most exceptional wines as he works alongside some of ...
It was getting harder and harder to wake up due
to all the late nights and the hard travel, but we had to get up and
go see the city. This campsite has cabins in which there are three
beds instead of the usual 2 or four, so many groups were split up
during the rooming process. I had Ken and mark as room-mates. So I
got up at 7am, went to the breakfast tent, had breakfast and then
headed back to the cabin to get ready to go into the ...
This morning we had breakfast in our hotel (included in the price). The typical Italian breakfast is a pastry and a cappuccino. We all had pastry and Richard had a coffee. I usually like cereal so thought I'd try the muesli (it came with choc bits in it!). Then I followed it with a pastry similar to a French pain au chocolat (chocolate croissant). What a healthy start to the day - don't anyone mention it to Julie my personal trainer will you!
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