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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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We got up early and ate breakfast at the cafe. Then we walked to the harbor for one final time. The waves were considerably higher than they were yesterday. All the boats were out of the water. We finished packing and left our apartment/room and headed to the train station. No earlier train so we had almost an hour wait. Met a young couple from Wisconsin and would be moving to Seattle for her schooling after their trip. Our train was 15 minutes late to Vernazza, ...
... that area, as I wanted to have a look at the iPhone 6 "in person".
I went down to the Metro station and was going to buy a ticket from a Kiosk, but there were numerous young gypsy girls hovering about like vultures waiting to “assist” people buying tickets. Even after telling them “NO”, they still persisted. I wasn’t in the mood for that ****, so went to a nearby ticket booth and bought a day ticket so ...
... culinary experience.
We both started with a crab salad.
Barry then had Veal Loin cooked "sous vide" with eschallots (which were very sweet)
Libby had grilled Sea Bass
For dessert we shared a lemon tart
The wines were:
Some Ca' del Bosco Clementi Franciacorta - bubbly
Brunell Velona 2005
To end some Barthenau Grappa
It was a brilliant meal, and we decided to book for the following Friday
On Monday, 26th May we flew to Venice. We stayed in a gorgeous little hotel right in the middle close to St Mark's Square. After Paris the weather was warm and sunny and out came the shorts! We absolutely loved wandering through the streets and lane ways. The place was crowded with tourists which detracted a bit from the charm. After a couple of days we caught a fast train ...
... the human form: naked but usually with a hat or spear and occasionally with a bunch of grapes, a dragon, or such. One also tended to see a lot of marble or bronze wrestling twosomes with names like Honour over Deception. But I LOVE it. There was that "hiccup of awe" when I saw the boldly colored "Holy Family" by MichelangeloI and I enjoyed the Botticello's series of seven wall high panels, each picturing a woman dressed to the "nines" in the style of ...