Hotel Casa Bianca al Mare
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... br> They both eventually turned up at 11.15pm – the father had dropped
off to sleep and became disoriented.
Saturday the 28th of
September – Up and away by
7.30 we left Venice behind and headed for Rome. A big day of travel
but a lot to see - the land flat for a while with intensive grain
farming changing again as we approached the Apennine ranges which
splits Italy in two. ...
... to refer to the sighs of prisoners who, passing from the courtroom to the cell in which they would serve their sentence, took a last look at freedom as they glimpsed the lagoon…and sighed.
The title of this blog entry is a play on the quote "All that glitters is not gold" which comes from Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice”. Its meaning is that not everything that looks precious or true turns out to be so...however ...
... Hannah don't seem to mind. They make a very good traveling pair. The girls looked so nice in their black formal dresses. All four of us ate a very good dinner and then the girls went back to the cabin to get out of their formal attire. They elected to stay back in the cabin while Mike and I went to the evening's program. As we entered the theatre lounge we were given a glass of champagne. There were drink holders on the arms of our seats. During the ...
... telling them they had to pay, despite the sign just inside the door saying free entry so we didn't want to hang around to have her come and grab at us and babble about money.
After we finished here we made for a quick walk back to the apartment, before heading off to Rialto Bridge and Markets. Ponte di Rialto is the oldest bridge across the Grand Canal in Venice as well as being the dividing line between San Marco and San Polo. It is a stone Arch bridge that spans ...
... Naturally, he wanted some souls in payment for his evil deeds, but the mortal died before she could get him his souls. So now he waits every night at the bridge for his souls. I didn’t see the devil, but then it was the middle of the day. Top tip: If you want to see the devil, visit Torcello at night (might want to take some souls to hand over, just in case).
Today, Torcello is home to only about 20 people. What happened to this once booming centre, you may ask. Well, ...