Hotel ai due Principi
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... printing industry and pocket books 7 star hotel - from the outside you wouldn't know - George clunie Theatre - la Fence (translated to the Phoenix ) We then had to wait about 20 minutes before our gondola ride. I was with 4 other ladies and one ladies daughter (early 20s I guess) they were from the US and were having a 3 week break in Italy - and partying hard. Again cruise ships in the shipping lane and a beautiful ...
... the sheer amount of tourists packed into the area. We spent the afternoon meandering through the winding streets and over the many bridges of Venice enjoying stops along the way to enjoy the local food and drink. JO We had our farewell dinner tonight. Two weeks ago, we met a group of strangers, and today, we said goodbye to "our people." Although group tours may not be our style just yet, I am thankful we were part of such a group. ...
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Due to it being mid afternoon by the time they left their hotel, Video Girl and Battery Boy feared they would miss out on lunch but the hotel concierge recommended Osteria San Marco located one street away from the hotel and stated that ...
Today we took a boat ride the lovely island of Murano, and as you know it is famous for Murano glass. It was a beautiful day, very warm with a nice cool breeze.
It’s a wonderfully charming island, with lovely architecture,glass shops and galleries and glass blowers.
We took a stroll down the main streets of ...
... We boarded the coach early and managed to leave Florence without the traffic, as it is Easter Saturday.
We arrived in Verona by late morning – and the weather had cleared!. It was quite crowded with Italians as well as other people on Easter holidays. We walked through the main street, Via Manzinni, with it's beautiful boutiques and marble pavements – just window shopping of course. We then visited the main square – Piazza ...