Ca' Leon D'Oro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Russian TV Channels Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Guggenheim Collection (this was just outstanding!!). We also spent many hours getting lost and a bit of time on the canals. Another highlight was going to listen to San Marco Chamber Orchestra perform Vivaldi and some Bach in a small former church. There are a number of these opportunities most nights. We tired of the endless shop windows of glass and masks and the tourist eating places but we would visit again. Photos yet to be ...
... different bruschettas, frittata, fruits, and homemade pasta with sausage and artichokes, washed down with red and white wine. We were all too full to have the gelato for dessert but we did sip some Lemoncello after our wonderful meal in her beautiful home overlooking the garden. After a quick stop to tramp amongst the ruined stones of an ancient Etruscan temple high on a hilltop, we made it back to the ship just in time for departure. It was a wonderful day in the hills outside of ...
... to some pretty cool places in Europe.
Traveling abroad, I have learned, is a double-edged sword. No matter how many places you go to, there's always some place(s) you are dying to go to next, as well as places you feel the need to travel back to as soon as possible. If only we had all the money in the world to go absolutely everywhere. Hearing these stories from all these incredible places makes me jealous of those who have been able ...
... for a bit watching the goings on of the lagoon, the hawkers, the sellers, the gondolas, the gondoliers, the tourists, the locals, another beer and by criky its dinner time.
So our last meal in Venice is where we started. A nice fit I think. We start with our prosciuetto and melon again, our last one. I have seafood pasta and Steve has fish. Washed down with a Chianti. Oh well. What can you do.
We have our BAC and the tripod and the longer ...
... does have what I am looking for in the window. The shop is empty and staff out the back show no signs of interest in helping me, but after I stand there puzzled for a few seconds a petite Japanese lady suddenly pops up like a robot from where she had apparently been hiding behind one of the counters. I order two croissants and a pain au chocolate, and thank her with a well-pronounced "Merci beaucoup." As I walk out the door I realise too late that ...