Fujiyama Bed & Breakfast
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... from there and I moved on to a site close by. Of all the places Italy has to offer I've always had more desire to visit it than anywhere. I wasn't disappionted, it really is special, up there with Barcelona for me. There's just a great feel and atmosphere to the place, as well as the finest Renaissance art and sculpture in the world. The dome of the cathedral is very special, it was built by Brunelleschi between 1420 and 1434 and I'm sure somebody can check ...
... Ian was looking forward to seeing first-hand the opening scene of The Italian Job. On our way we had our first gelato of the day – I had stracciatella and Ian had chocolate.
We decided to have café espresso in Café Florian in Piazza San Marco, the most famous and oldest café in Venice. This café first opened in 1720 and still draws a large crowd. We each ordered a café espresso and ...
... as the cruiseship left Venice port, though the canal, Past St Marks square, very romantic. WD rested a bit and met us with the other OM folk for pre Dinner drinks, then Dinner at 21h00. Wonderful evening was had by all. We were still a bit uneasy as we had not heard from my brother and how things are going with the kids. Or if they had arrived in Bella ...
... however, was that our next stop in Pisa wanted us to do the same thing. We had 20 minutes, once again, to print our tickets in Pisa and once again it didn't work. This time, however, there was a ticket desk and a lady there was able to print our tickets with 5 minutes to spare! (This train we didn't get checked on...) We then transferred trains in La Spezia and were ready to begin the second leg of our spring break adventure!
Until next time,
... cope with. There were 2 other men there, and speedos with loose legs should definitely not be worn by men!
There were a lot of shops to look around, and at least 10 gelato places. I don't do icecream very often, but seem to have had quite a few gelatos so far! We stayed there for a few hours, and then drove to Venice. It was very busy near the train station where we were to drop the car off. So I found a park, and Allan went into Hertz to sort ...