Grand Hotel Luxor & Cairo
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... so there are lots of signs with directions. Otherwise we would never have found it again. After the tour finished, we went out for gelato and found a lovely square, very near by with a gelatteria, bakery, sandwich shop. The hotel is lovely, mostly done in golds and whites. It was very quiet ( being on a small calle) so we slept really well. Breakfast was the usual hard boiled ...
... rolled in earlier in the day but now it was starting to drizzle. We walked back towards San Marco to check out a few painters along the water. There were some very good artists but we couldn't pull the trigger on any one painting. We stopped to take a look at a map, yes we had to make a bathroom and map getting pit stop earlier in the day, and decided there was a good chunk of Venice south of our hotel that we hadn't seen yet. We found a decent gelato shop near the Rialto ...
... Hour Rusty Nails . . But, on second thought - decided that there is too much breakage in the Comeau household to even consider a 60 euro glass! :-). Passed lots of beautiful Morano glass sculptures . . Some contemporary . Some realistic. Especially beautiful was one of lots of different birds in flight!
Finally, we got hungry. Found ourselves a great little cafe on the less peopled side of the island. Umbrellas to shade us from the ...
... Airways gate and find one that is currently boarding for a 6 am flight to Phoenix. Talked to the agent who asked me where/how I got these boarding passes. Well, I got them from you guys at the ticket counter a few minutes ago. He told me that that flight was on a mandatory Crew Rest Stop. I told him that I had to get to Venice. He made phone calls, punched computer keys, and eventually put us on the flight to Phoenix and then on a flight to Philly. Asked if ...
... we set off wandering towards St Mark's square. Filling up on enormous pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice) along the way, we arrived at the huge and majestic Piazza San Marco. We explored the square and surrounding waterway, with amazing architecture every direction you look - the Basilica San Marco, campanile, clock tower and Doges' Palace. We wandered over the Rialto bridge and took in the sights of the gondolas passing below and amazing buildings ...