Hotel Al Gazzettino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Well it's 5pm and it's been a long day to get to Venice. The Munich weather conditions delayed our departure. We boarded on time but sat for 75 minutes being the 20th aircraft in line to take off. I must say after the excitement of snow and it snowing, flying over the Alps, free airport wi fi and before the excitement of being in Venice, was …
... an exorbitant amount. We eventually found a place that did take away food for quite reasonable prices. They had a restaurant attached and we wanted to sit down but he wanted to charge us like double to sit so we just grabbed a few wraps takeaway and decided to walk around. Walking away from the restaurant a massive bird swooped down and took a nice little bite from Ashleigh's lunch. The meter wide gull flew back around towards ...
... for people it is not a good sign. (My children are cringing right now as they know exactly what this means when I hit this point! It is something that I have on my “needs improvement” column for personal patience!).
Putting on a bright and happy face to try to combat the staff we have at our hotel and most of the people around us here we headed for breakfast. For such a lovely hotel we both agreed this was our ...
... Pierce's friend from Dallas and his family (Dia and Barry Epstein) who we know too, and we all sat outside in a campo (smaller than a piazza) for a lovely dinner. The kids played frisbee and bought small helicopter type toys that they launched with rubber bands. Everyone had a great time. On our way back from dinner, we took a gondola ride on the Grand Canal at 11:00 p.m. We learned all ...
... on food I eat and people I meet.
Friends always say "now you see, now you dont" that I am like a mushroom. If dont they get replies or calls from me, that means I am somewhere. I can be very spontaneous and most of my best trips were. If I have money, I can just leave and not come back for a month - 3 months. It is easier when you are single and have no dependents. You can just pack your bags and leave just like I do sometimes.
The Grand Canal ...