BEST WESTERN Hotel Tre Torri
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... Venice around 7pm, and went straight to dinner from our hotel. It was an included dinner and we had spaghetti for 1st course and pork and potatoes for 2nd and ice cream and fruit salad for dessert. We also tried some Venetian red wine. After we walked into the main square of m....., the mainland near Venice where we were staying but there was nothing going ...
... took photos, grabbed Juliet's breast and put locks on the back gate. I saw couples whispering to each other and sharing a secret kiss. I thought about it. Was it a silly tourist trap? After all there is no evidence that Romeo and Juliet ever existed! I could have easily laughed at the people saying their I love you's and putting their locks on the gate hoping that meant their love would last forever. But I didn't. I embraced ...
... capped "Marmolada" which has an elevation of 3343m. It was breathtaking. We even found a little snow at Giau Pass, the kids were excited.
We spent many lunches and dinners catching up with family, they couldn't do enough for us.
Monday we travelled to Maranello to the "Ferrari Factory". We toured the museum and boarded a coach which took us to the testing track and factory. However some of the area was restricted due to cars being tested on ...
... sure that what he was actually hearing was ... blah blah blah, but he smiled and amused me by letting me speak. There were many Titian and Tintoretto paintings there, as well as other works by great masters and although not a huge gallery it was great to visit. Then we proceeded with a walk of about 4-5 hours through the different districts, up the alleys and ...
As I write this our train is speeding away from Venice. My travel companions, Grace and Colleen, are sitting across from me reading and listening to their iPods as I begin this update/reflection on the great times in Venice. We arrived two nights ago by air from Paris. Everything went smoothly. I mean as smoothly as things can go while I had two huge pieces of luggage (both overweight, darn!) dragging them through the streets and over the bridges ...