All'Angelo Hotel Ristorante
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... the ship before sailing at 3pm. A very pretty town with lots of things to buy (resisted fairly well Jo) & a nice beach with lots of people swimming. 13th July - Istanbul. Our tour today was called "Capital of two Empires". The reason being is as you sail into port you see on the right side the continent of Asia, & left is Europe. The Turks. invaded the area in 1453, before that time it was occupied by Romans, but originally the Byzantine's occupied the Asian side. Istanbul ...
... can see the real Italians are like. When dinner time came around we did 130 people for the whole night but was all between 7-9pm, it was nuts but food was still out on time and beautiful.
They tried to send me home early just before clean-down but I felt so bad that they have taken me in for the day and showed me new ways on cooking styles that I just had to ...
... for the bus, our luggage came right out and we were ready to go. Caught the #5 bus to Pizzale Roma. Was an interesting ride in; lots of people in the suburbs and then we were finally to Pizzale Roma. Christina's shop was right there and we got the key and a map and the lady comes out and points, "you go right there by the white building." Ok, no problem except we are very tired and unfortunately took a wrong turn at the first ...
... lovely Mary pendants, which was very kind of him.
Following our lunch we went shopping, and made quite a few purchase, it’s just too hard to resist!!
We saw some glass blowing in a few shops, in one store, the guy did a horse and cat statue in about 2 mins! Amazing! Once we left that shop we stood outside to have a drink ...
... through the museum. After the museum, we walked around the outside of St. Marks balcony.
After touring St. Marks, we ventured to a water taxi and rode through most of the grand canal. We stood in the back to see the sites. The water, while very polluted, is light blue and you can see about 2 feet down. The sites of Venice were beautiful from the water, especially the Rialto Bridge. We rode the water taxi about ...