Hotel Capital Rovigo
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... we had an opportunity to buy items. When I came to Venice the first time I regretted not buying and murano glass. So this time a bought a small vase in a lavender colour. Apparently the lavender and red colours are the most precious because they have to use gold to make the colours. I also bought some earrings. I'm spent big buying a necklace and earrings set. It was then back on the boat and off to San ...
... Square in particular was amazing as was the labyrinth of narrow streets and alley ways, you could get very lost in Venice very easily. We then headed to our restaurant for a traditional Venetian dinner and had the most brilliant night out. The food was amazing as was our dinner companions at our table including a couple from the States, Bill and Anne with Bill having us in stitches throughout the night, he was a great storyteller. ...
... in a bit of trouble at the airport - who would know!!!??? Luckily with my charm, and them realising it was chilli we all ended up lauging about it, but not before some stern faces hehehe. Now traveling dynamite free for 10 days, Ben and ...
... restaurant for lunch for homemade gnocchi and tortelline. We then headed into Venice for the afternoon and spent 4 hrs wandering through Venice. It is very busy and it is easy to get lost which is nothing new for us! We have only gotten lost 2 times!!! Overall, we are having an amazing time...we thank everyone who supported our trip, we are having the best time spending money..oh wait..euros! Love to everyone back home. We will keep you posted when we ...
... crazy Italians. They have a treasury in there too, with artifacts from hundreds of years ago. You have to be a little in awe of the age of these things - some of them are from 4-500BC. They even have Muslim artifacts in there, which I thought odd for a house of God. Was thirsty after all my trecking about, so I went for a hot chocolate at the cafe Al Tadaro on the waterfront. It was only after ordering it that I ...