Ca' Leon D'Oro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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Started the day, two delicious cappuccinos, pastry, fresh fruit. Conversation with Germans and Minnesotans. Ride on vaporetto to meet walking tour. After two hours (20 bridges)decided to quit we'd walked in and out of many neighborhoods, visited several "campos", saw the spiral staircase, visited a carnivale shop where they hand make costumes and masks. The owner came out and told me the idiom in the ...
... this time, definitely a new record. It would appear he's sporting a black eye but this one is thanks to his brother who clocked him with a transformer. Other than the colour it's not bothering him and hopefully that's the last injury for him! We grab our bags and decide the best way out to the island is by bus, with the bus stop only a few hundred metres away. Paul successfully purchases our tickets and we're on the number 12 heading in the right direction. On ...
... called "Ashes." In 2001, Steve McQueen went to Granada to shoot a film. While he was there, he met a young man who went by the name “Ashes.” McQueen was impressed by the kid’s star quality. He couldn’t cast Ashes in the piece he was working on, but he had his friend film Ashes on a fishing boat. In 2009, McQueen returned to the island. He learned that Ashes had found some drugs on the beach, tried to sell them, ...
... bit in the last week, also desperately in need of a hair cut. Did they miss us, I think we missed them more than they missed us. They did loads, went to Gardaland Theme park, ( I heard 100 times better than the parks back home.), hired a motorboat and peddle boat with slide, cycled a lot and caught some of the evening entertainment on offer. That evening we hired a Weber braai and did the SA thing in Italy as you do. Was great to catch up with Family ...
... debated the gondola, as it is not a cheap ride, but we all agreed that it could be a once in a lifetime experience. With that in mind, the consensus was to forgo a restaurant dinner and take the ride. We wandered to a less touristed square and chose our gondolier. Gondola kiosks are all over the city and prices are standard. I’m not sure if the gondolas are all run by one company or if it is just a controlled business, but the gondoliers all wear ...