Residenza Ca' Dario
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... t work, the walls were paper thin and even on the 6th floor we could clearly hear the traffic noise). However, the "old city" of Prague was beautiful. Because it was "occupied" during the war (rather than choosing to join the communists) it was spared the bombing of many other European cities so the gothic & baroque architecture was just amazing. This night we went to a Czech meal and folk music & dance night. We quite enjoyed it - except that the unlimited beer & ...
... we often take a picture of someone else if they want.
So we are on our first bridge taking pics of ourselves with the canal and beautiful buildings in the background. We are really in Venice. ! ! ! The bridge we are standing on has a lot of people on it taking photos. There is a covered bridge in the background. Im excited because I am in Venice, standing on a bridge , over a canal, with a bridge in the background.
The streets ...
... have posted here photos from the Inauguration of Soleal, a splendid event in Venice where we learned more of her Arctic plans. My sister Kiki Tauck Mahar is the godmother. She can certainly be proud and brought along her daughter Ellie, Pete and myself along with several from Tauck and over 200 guests. Le Soleal is regal and beautiful in the Grand Canal of Venice - and amongst fireworks and blessings, we listened to ...
... is that the local prosecco was only two euros a glass!
Our last stop was a large producer, that gave us the complete tour, describing all of the various processes and machines. I mean once you've heard this at any winery, it doesn't vary a lot when you hear it again. And by this time most of us were not nearly as interested in throwing back a lot more prosecco, and mostly we needed a nap.
... beautiful, especially when the sun started to go down and it had cooled down on the streets. We visited the glass bridge and a few shops, had a salad for dinner (no carbs..... It was weird), and took a drink up to our hotels terrace to watch the light disappear. Our hotel was great, great location, gorgeous rooms and a free ...