Residenza Ca' Dario
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October 9: We said our goodbyes to Enricho at the Falconado train station and caught the train to Venice (we had to switch trains in Bologna). When we got to Venice, we checked in to the very nice Hilton Stucky Milano. I honestly was feeling totally spent as we were running hard for days without not much sleep. I made a decision I may regret in the future but I decided to crash in the room around 3pm while Ken and Kristi went exploring ...
... bridge to our hotel. These guys were just being nice just as Steve does when he see’s other woman struggling with a heavy lift. A few make it bad for many.
By 6pm we were really feeling the day so went and had a beautiful meal, shared a ˝ bottle of wine and went to the hotel for a big sleep. Our room is ok – typical Venice – tiny.
Tomorrow the cruise – whoo ...
... just arrive in time to join an English tour. The Guide was way more interested in telling us about God rather than giving us a detailed description of the Church but it was still worth joining in. To climb to the top it was a €5 per person fee which allowed us to see from a different view which was great.
The Bell Tower and Clock Tower along with many Souvenir shops and Restaurants and Cafés and crazy pigeons in the Square were among many other places of interest.
Got our final fix of French breakfast this morning...croissants, pain au chocolat, crepes, and some macarons and a baguette for the road...sky, whatever! We're definitely going to miss the French food!! Aside from the massive (or gaggle as Kaelyn called them) French senior tour group who had no concept of lines or courtesy, we had a rather smooth checkin at Paris-Orly airport. After a quick flight and gorgeous view of the Swiss ...
... skewered pork, french fries and wine. The salad was fantastic. The pork was dry and tough and most people left it on their plate as it was inedible. The french fries were the typical frozen variety and not at all what I expected to be served as part of a greek meal. Dessert was a prepackaged, individually wrapped piece of baklava that was too tough to bite. I was extremely disappointed with lunch. This was our ...