Al Pozzo B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... city as the site of the Nuremburg Trials after WW2. It also has a beautiful city square where the famous Christmas markets are held. In the middle ages it was a walled city and the old walls were still evident. There are only small pockets of very old buildings in German cities due bombing during WW2. Prague seemed very dilapidated ... the results of many years under communist rule. (Our 70's built hotel was recently "renovated" and looked good on the surface, but the air ...
... come in, some Gondolas are moored, small jettys are dotted along water, the lagoon is pretty busy. We walk over the first bridge, pretty excited about walking over a bridge which is over a canal which is in Venice.
So we do the selfie thing, I love holiday selfies, we are so happy and excited to be wherever we are, and to be together, someone will often ask us if we would like them to take our photo, .... nah, we like our silly ...
... are ready. The walk back to Cannareggio is enjoyable again, this time I get to chat to three American photographers, this time only about lighting, settings etc. Although it is supposed to be shoulder season there are plenty of tourists around, especially when the cruise ships arrive. Arrive home for breakfast and to see what can be done about the bed leg.
Turns out Luca the owner will fix that, he arrives and without fuss pronounces he will be back later in the day with ...
... two days, on August 24! There are 7 naturalist guides - expedition leaders on board and about 100 crew for some 200 guests from around the world; it is a small ship but the latest in technology.
Le Soleal (2013) was just inaugurated in Venice in July - newly built in the Fincantiere yards of Ancona Italy. She is named for the French word Sun, and "the one who leads the way."
Photos from the Inauguration ...
... bubbly, so I thought it was lots of fun! They fed us a few snacks, but we weren't all walking in straight lines by the time we left.
Miriam had made lunch reservations for us at a charming place high up in the hills, overlooking the grapevines in the valleys. Breathtakingly beautiful! I had the best prosciutto and melon I've ever tasted, followed by a small order of pasta with porcini mushrooms. The ...