Hotel Delle Rose
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... We remembered that just around the corner from our house was a delicious gelato shop, and so we decided to find it. After a little while we finally found the little store, I ordered lemon and so did my sister while my dad ordered noccciolle (hazel nut), these ice creams were deliciouso. Then we proceeded onto the museum, unfortunately when we went in the ladies informed us that this museum was not part of the museum pass and it cost extra, even ...
... found some napkins and attempted to get the napkins wet by walking down some steps towards the water. She did fine for the first two steps, but the third one got her. Hands flailing, feet kicking up like she was slipping on a patch of ice she didn't see. Five or six times her legs kicked up, and somehow she regained her balance, just quick enough not to dive into the turquoise water in front of her. You should have seen her face. Scary, funny, all at the same time. A ...
... city authorities opened the gates to Napoleon, who, in turn, handed the city over to the Austrians. In 1866, Venice was incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy.
Anyway, we arrived at our water stop and our host Gian met us and took us to his apartment. Along the way he showed us restaurants and shops that might be handy for us. We then went and dropped us bags and got ourselves sorted for the next few days.
After a bit of a rest we headed into Piazza San Marco. ...
2 years ago when Disney announced they were returning to the Med, I had to chose between cruising to Venice or to Greece. It was a ************* to make, but in the end overnighting in Venice won the day. While we were on that cruise, we were happy to find that DCL was again returning Venice and now they were cruising back to Barcelona through Greece. Stupidly, I didn't sign up for the cruise before we left home for the 2013 cruise thinking that I'd book it ...
... served dinner and lunch. We got to Germany about 3 AM American time and then had about a 4 hour lay over. Everyone fell asleep sprawled across the seats in the airport. The woman announcing the flights always did it in three languages... German, English and Spanish or French. I will never forget which airline we used because no matter what language the airline was ...