Boscolo Hotel Airone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... they looked for strong men to lead them then they put in checks and balances that no one man could take power" a system that lasted close on a thousand years. At last we understood what the Bridge of Sighs meant...this was the route from the Doges Palace to the prison and the last look of Venice that the prisoners of the Doges would ever see. In the afternoon we walked across the Pont de Academia to go to to the Peggy ...
... relay all the topics we covered in that 4 1/2 hours....but I will tell you that I think I may finally have to join Facebook (I know it's going out of style....that's why I figure it's time for me to join!) so that I can find Dawn and keep in touch. They were really wonderful, and I will never forget them or the fantastic train ride thru the beautiful Alps with them.
Arriving in Venice with them was fun, too. They had never been before, so we were all excited. And when the ...
... to St Marks Basilica in Marks Square. Another great day. Had a rest this afternoon as have a nasty head cold but Phillip went out and found how and where we catch the train to Verona tomorrow. Had tea then had a last walk around the beautiful city of Venice. I bought a lovely Italian leather/suede handbag. Will be sorry to leave but looking forward to the ...
... and clams, I had 2 types of fish Moi and Barboni! yum! Once we finally got the bill we headed over to Davide Fuin's furnace for a demo of him making goblets! Unfortunately we were late due to tardy restaurant service and they had finished, but because He is Amy's new boyfriend he did a single goblet for us! Yeah! We left there in a bit of a hurry and just made the vaparetto back to Venice! We hurried along the streets as we had ...
... times a day, washing my hands the minute one of the group looks at me and praying that the germs stay away!
We headed down the drainage toward Venice, passing small town after small town, occasionally getting a glimpse of the towering granite peaks of the Dolomites shrouded in fog (mist as the Austrians say). It rained quite a bit as we got closer to Venice, damn that weather forecast was finally right!
Our Garmin delivered us into the Marco Polo ...