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... were going on to our last train but we had an hour layover in Rome! We waited for our gate to board our train to come up and it did with only 10 minutes left to board it. We got on what we THOUGHT was our train, and got real comfy. We waited for awhile and than both of us didn't feel right. Melissa went to go ask someone and I could see her saying "so this isn't going to Florence? It's not?" Than she looked at me and went dashing down the ...
... Wow. Was this ever a great band. They did all the back-up music for the theater shows. They also did an afternoon in the Bier Garten playing polkas and an evening Big Band Tribute but they are actually fantastic jazz musicians. All from Romania. We tried to go and listen anytime we saw them on the schedule. Fabrizio: We usually like piano players and even lounge type of piano players but we didn't like the style ...
... espresso and cappuccino, which again, was the best as it is in Italy :). And the service was very nice, though waitress didn't speak much english, but who needs it when you can just smile!?
Though not all people were nice there! Those who are selling flowers in the streets were really annoying. Well not a single bad word on those, who tried once, but got NO and went away, but the ones who comes to cafe and offers you maybe 7 times in the row to get flower! One British women sitting ...
... things that I came to really like about Venice was that there are no cars on the island and its all travel by boat, so instead of running off the cobblestone roads to get out of the way of cars we found ourselves dodging people. We soon came across the eversofamous Rialto Bridge that crosses the Grand Canal; lined with shops and cafes, it's the ultimate tourist hotspot. It happened to be sunset when we go to the bridge so we decided to stop and try and capture it on ...
... building began in the 1200's. We were on our own to enjoy Venice as we pleased. I went into a side prayer room, and I felt like Jack from the movie The Way. Once again my emotions were on overload. I stared at the statue of St. Mark (where I assume his remains were buried). The murals on the walls and ceilings and magnificent mosaic floors transported me into the world of the divine. After about an hour of meditation, I left the side room ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility