Istituto San Giuseppe
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We went out to search for a bank machine (we looked for one at the train station to no avail) - and duh - there was one right in front of us on the square! We went to the little grocery and picked up some breakfast food and snacks, found somewhere to eat in the St Marks area, but off the beaten path a little, then did an evening walk around St Marks and Rialto and various side ...
... spectacular building designed by an unknown architect (1063 to 1094), reflecting the escalating power of the Republic. The basilica continued to be remodeled over the following centuries, and in 1807 it became the Cathedral of Venice; it had until then served as the doge’s private chapel for State ceremonies. The front entrance had hastily a constructed bridge made of planks to span the permanent flood as this part of the plaza was always below the water level of the canal. ...
... minutes of internet time…which
was totally wasted as the computer was a European keyboard and for some reason
the @ symbol would not type in – so I couldn’t look at gmail or facebook and it
wouldn’t download the start times for Alpe Adria. I tried to get free wifi and
had limited success but was finally able to send a “I am safe in Europe”
message to John. I spent the 4 hour wait at the airport people ...
... tin lid, so his lunch wasn't as big as yesterday's. We had a gorgeous relaxing day, just strolling. I couldn't stop taking photos it was all so pretty.
I made Venetian chicken for dinner, which is actually just chicken pieces and whatever I could find in the cupboard, with a slug of wine, but it impressed Terry.
Rosie, I nearly bought you a beautiful hair clip, but it turned out to be a fridge magnet. I'll keep trying, maybe with my glasses on. ...
... terminal and airport. Arrived in Barcelona just on midnight, and got a cab. We are staying in a real happening part of Barcelona, the La Rambla district an staying right on La Rambla street. Arriving at 12:45 am on a Monday night to an incredible vibe, bit like NYE, so we will have to experience this at least one of our nights, once we have caught up on some ...