Grand Hotel Trieste & Victoria
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... Back at the apartment we had some after-dinner drinks - the local tipple 'Spritz' for me, and some Italian beer for Bernard. We later headed out to find some nightlife and have a drink or two, but there wasn't anything really lively going on, even closer to St Mark's and the Rialto Bridge, so we settled for a gelati while wandering back to the ...
... they are so glad to see us (I know, I know but it is early in the trip and they have not gotten to know us yet!). Upon check in we are told that for no apparent reason they have upgraded our room so our standard room has changed to a canal view that you can almost reach out and touch. One benefit we have found is being able to barter from our balcony with the street vendors and one wonders how many handbags that will result in?
... from Friuli--and did indeed pair well with nearly everything on the table. It had subtle floral notes on the nose, along with a subtle citrus fruitiness, but the palate was dry and clean with great minerality! For dessert, we had fried cream... What? How can you possibly fry cream?? Well, first you take cream and use cornstarch to thicken it into a pasty cream - a VERY thick one. Then it was rolled in a crumb crust and pan fried. Served alongside the sugar-dusted triangles ...
... world with the second largest ice cap, after Antarctica. I am joined by Jan Leth, my Danish-American brother-in-law who has studied Greenland for most of his life. We will begin just inside the Artic Circle line (67 degrees north) north of the Capital-- Nuuk, at a fjordlike town of Kangerlussuaq. Upon arrival by charter, we will take a musk oxen overland trip to the IceCap. From there we sail into the heart of Baffin Bay ...
We arrived in Venice early this morning. We were sailing up the grand canal from 7am so of course we were all up on deck to watch. It took two hours to finally dock and it is a small parking spot so we were all very impressed with the captains driving ability. The first sighting of Venice was amazing...lots of domes, towers....some on a lean....very old buildings and water, water everywhere. Off the ship as quickly as possible we walked to the train station then found ...