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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... plus a foosball table! The pizza was fine, mall food court quality, but not horrid, but we sat in the cool, ate, played a game of foosball and everyone was recharged. We just wandered up the street until I saw a shop that had amazing jewelry and other things! I mean this stuff was just incredible. The owner was really nice and everything there was authentic, not like in some of the cheaper stores, it's just ****. But still not overly expensive! I wanted to look for so ...
... language barrier here, but we managed. They did bring us fresh bruscetta. I had pasta with porcini mushrooms and grilled vegetables on the side, mmmm. Tasted like forest floor. Which in that case of mushrooms is a good thing. It felt much more relaxing to go out to eat with just a small group of people rather than 13. Then back "home" for a wine nightcap in the common room in the basement to bid farewell to a few who are heading off tomorrow.
... tours arrive enmass! Now I have to dodge about 6 groups all filing through the palace one after the other. Luckily they don't go into some of the smaller parts of the palace so I'm able to lose them for a while. While most of the Doges Palace contains very ornate ceilings, artwork and furnishings, the part I like the most is the courtyard with its arches and columns. I love the repetitive patterns and symmetry of them. I ...
... to Manarola. Beth & I set out to find some coffee. Imagine a tiny little cup with about 3 tablespoons of espresso. Not giving up we went into another cafe, asked for American coffee & 2 croissants! Better, still not Starbucks size, but with plenty of octane! Spent the afternoon at St Mark's Basilica & the square. Amazing! Hopped on the #1 slow vaparetto down the Grand Canal seeing the sights along every stop. Memorable moment alert! Stopped to ...
Took a public water "bus" to Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal. We could have taken a private water taxi but to save us about 70 Euro or $100 dollars we took the "bus". Tried to follow a map to the hotel which is about 6 American blocks. After about an hour and a half of walking thru a maze of blocks, alleys, up and down small bridges( to go across the hundreds of canals), we found ...