Fujiyama Bed & Breakfast
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... has come at once!) Day 2 - Brussels to Wurzburg, Germany On the way to Wurzburg, we drove down to a scenic section of the Rhine and did a short cruise and enjoyed numerous small German villages that line the gorge along the Rhine. Wurzburg was our stop for the night and we enjoyed viewing the beautiful baroque architecture, bridges, palace & gardens. Day 3 - Wurzburg to Prague, Czech Republic On the way to Prague we stopped in Nuremburg - most people would have heard ...
... to make for €21,000!! All hand made of course. The next stop was a demonstration of a guy blowing a horse out of glass. That was cool...it only took him a matter of 2-3 mins to make the thing...insane! Next stop was our gondola ride...that was quite cool, had a nice cruise down the skinny waterways through Venice. We enjoyed lunch afterwards at a restaurant with a couple from Melbourne who are on their honeymoon. Spent about 1 1/2 hours just chatting and ...
... covered with clear glass and in a kiln, shaped, formed etc and he had the final glazing finished at Murano .
I bought two pendants and some earrings, very nice people . He doesn't live in Venice any more as its too expensive. He lives on the mainland and gets the ferry across every day. He talked a lot about the glass and how the pendants are made , so pretty cool stuff.
He walked with us to his favourite cafe so we could have a nice ...
... br> Another lovely day in Venice, the kids had a better sleep over night, the made it all the way to 4am (slowly adjusting to the time difference).
Today we went for another walk, this time we purchased some souvenirs, Isabelle has fallen in Love with the masks, and of course she wanted a pink mask for her room. Zac picked out a gondolier ...
... by the very kind owner, Pietro.
Again, we were fortunate with accommodations. Great location, right on the canal, quiet and clean. Having spent a tranquil few days in the mountains, we needed to get used to the crowds and busy pace of this popular tourist town. We had practiced some Italian phrases, but found that the wait staff were predominately English speaking with signs and menus in English. Our attempts to order gelato in ...