Grand Hotel Luxor & Cairo
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... imagine. We had more prosecco, yum I am totally going to start drinking that and dreaming of Venice! The kids ate and then went out with the ball again to the campo just outside the restaurant. We stayed in, talked a lot, drank more prosecco... Had dessert, I had tartufo, which I didn't know was ice cream! But was really good! Then they order sambucca (?) which I don't know hat that is, but they didn't have that so we got a frothy lemon vodka shot thing... After dinner digestive, ...
... in every possible way. We were in Venice in no time. Somehow I did not know that there were mountains near Venice. Apparently I missed that day in geography. And it is perfectly flat in the area immediately surrounding the city but what I have since learned are the Dolomite mountains lurk in the background. Very cool. One moment you can be cruising the canals in a gondola and then next skiing in the mountains. Seems like ...
... We wandered down a couple of streets and found another place selling cherry gelato. Amanda tried the cherry gelato and I had pistachio and hazelnut. I enjoyed it, but the cherry just didn't live up to the black cherry standard for Amanda.
After dinner we returned to the hotel and repacked our suitcases before calling it an early night. We were getting up at 3:30 the next morning to catch a 4:30am taxi to the airport. Our vacation is quickly coming to an ...
... were introduced to the life of the Doge during the Italian Renaissance and during classic Venice. We walked across the Bridge of Sighs, which connects the Palace with the prison. The bridge is named the Bridge of Sighs, because of the sighing noise that prisoners would make when being moved from the court to the prison. This prison once housed Casanova. After the Doge's Palace we went into San Marco's Basilica. The "pre-church" where the ...
... good, the surrounding area was pretty and despite first impressions we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. It was a bit like living in a frenzied, lunatic asylum, complete with a clown, who drove a yellow train through the pine woods that made us jump with its toot tooting and always at meal time. There we’d be just about to tuck in when through the trees the yellow train would appear loaded up with kids, grandparents mama’s and yes the ever enthusiastic papa’s. ...