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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... pavilion was a stand out. Fiona Hall's work was provocative, intricate and prolific. Bren's favourite piece of hers was a viewing box easily missed. When you look inside there is an illusion of a long silver corridor littered with corpses and a red sign 'News of the ****'d World', at the end of the corridor is a ghoulish portrait of Rupbert Murdoch. My favourite was the hundreds of notes ...
... seat. Love Italy. What's that song they sang on 'Everybody loves Raymond?' Cella Luna? I'm singing that. Just! Bonjourno- hello Perfavora-please Quanta costa- how much Grazi- thank you Arivederci -goodbye Bello - hot man, handsome Si-yes Right got the lingo down. Our hotel is not in Venice city. It is on the mainland in Mestre. (just as well or I would not get to bed) Heading in for a 'Night out on the Grand Hotel' We are driving over the connecting bridge. I ...
... a carnival in Venice in February, we found the information and it is this week, it runs up till Lent begins, so a couple more days, that must be why it's so busy here. Once we had settled in Catering did some baking and then we tried out the park, Logan enjoyed himself running around, In the evening the campsite looked as if it was full, it's a good job we arrived ...
... sure why - but as such I felt a little nonchalant about the place, which doesn't do it justice. We saw the Statue of David, which was such a work of art. Marble statues are so impressive, and the gallery had a room full of them. Besides the statues, the other art was medieval religious paintings, which are far nicer to view in the churches they were taken from. Otherwise I fell they become a little same-same, and the context is lost. For €12, I could get into the Lourve ...
... the secondi of branzini and shrimps (two ways) followed by the salade, and finally the biscotti to dip in Vin Santo, sweet "holy" wine. She had the kitchen cleaned and was on her way before we finished. Experiencing private chef envy.
Jet lag is the bane of far flung traveling for me, but Ambien is my friend. It doesn't mix well with wine though, so to avoid a Joan Rivers incident I took a pass this night. Was wide awake at three to watch ...