Hotel ai due Fanali
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... from the word foundry because the island originally was some sort of a foundry. When you get off the main street, it is quite quiet and beautiful.
Before dinner, our whole group had a cocktail in the hotel bar, then 6 of us walked to dinner to the Anice Stellato. That was a bit of an adventure because it was dark and we were on back streets and alleys, but we finally found it and had a very enjoyable evening. ...
... 5 Euros Gord and I could take a bus to Venice and return.
So off we went. We did a bit of walking around, just getting used to the area and had some dinner.....actually we had a salad and drink each for $45 CA.....yikes its expensive here. On our way back to the hotel Gord had a call on his phone. The luggage lost and found wanted to let ...
... the sky finally opens up and it rains, Steve scrambles to cover up BAC and put on his poncho, I have an umbrella, and Felix is left to get wet in the rain, owh, now he has to take his shirt off, ...what a shame.
Out at another bar, more yum yum antipasto and red wine, we feel very decadent.
Felix has a dry shirt on now, ... what a shame.
We row back home, Moore the Gondola and cant thank Felix and Row Venice enough for a ...
... is really quite disturbing. Ruby couldn’t stand the smell of smoke but now she’s just used to it; it’s everywhere! Thankfully in Australia it is not so prevalent. Another thing that is quite amazing over here is the number of European cars. They’re everywhere too! Incredible! BMW, Mercedes, Audi … A hop skip and a jump later, we were at our hostel in Florence. We have a ...
... old remains a barrel of pork to avoid detection by the Muslim naval officials. Upon bringing it to Venice, the Duke (or doge) commissioned the creation of this amazing Basilica to honour this Saint and provide a final burial place for his remains (even though they were stolen!). In keeping with Venice's role at that time in history, the Duke wanted to show the world the greatness and power of Venice through this lavish and breathtaking church. ...