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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... Interesting for all, perfect for the engineer in our group.
Next stop, a bench overlooking the lagoon and the island of Giudica, watching an obscenely giant Costa cruise ship, leashed fore and aft to toy tugboats, lumber out to sea. Hope the captain can keep this one upright. All this sightseeing is making us hungry, and Schiavo, one of Venice's best wine shops is nearby. It's cichetti time, Venice's version of happy hour and tapas, and we point through glass ...
... Judy and Richard were in a room with an original marble bathroom. It was gorgeous. Beds were massive, even bigger than King size.
We did a walk from the Hotel to St Mark's Square (about an hour) through all the little back alleys. It was funny not having cars trying to run you over. Lots of beautiful Murano Glass and Leather ...
... backpackers with bikes. So we now have two 80L rucksacks and two bike bags, which we believe allows us to put our bikes on the trains, and even better, for free! But that pretty much took 6 hours of shopping to accomplish this, thanks to the French lunch break from 1-3:30pm. Yesterday we had our celebratory dinner for the completion of our ride at a restaurant called "Le Frog". No prizes for guessing what they might serve up! And it was scrumptious! Just like chicken, ...
... off the plane as I bobbed and weaved my way through the airport to customs and then I impatiently waited for suitcases before we were able to exit out to our boys and Mom and Dad Brown. Honestly, this was the moment I came unglued, the moment I saw our beautiful boys. I dropped my suitcase ran to the boys and gave them a huge hug, tears streaming down my face. It was really hard to let them go so they could give Daddy hugs. Other than ...
... new. Anyone can say they want to go somewhere, or do something, but I challenge you all to be an “all-doer” instead of an “all-talker”. Don’t say you will do something when you’re older, or in a few years. You don’t know what tomorrow will hold and if you want to do something, do it today or you may regret it. Until my next adventure…
As the Italians would ...