Hotel Relais Monaco
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... law to rectify that inequity.
The federal government has announced that it recognizes the marriages of same-sex couples who married in certain states in which same-sex marriage was legal for brief periods between the time a court order allowed such couples to marry and that court order was stayed, including Michigan and Utah. It has yet to take a position with respect to similar marriages in Arkansas, Indiana, and Wisconsin.
Much refreshed from our early night, we headed out after breakfast to find the Rialto Bridge, before the crowds began to take over! It is much easier to find our way around in Venice, the streets are straight and don't change name half way along! We wanted to be back at our hotel by 11 o'clock so we could check out and store our bags until we were ready to head to the cruise ship. ( we were able to check in at ship from 1pm onwards). We caught a different ...
... up off the ground.
Our apartment was only a few minutes walk from the train station, and we were able to find it easily and get settled. Located on the Campo San Geremia , we overlooked the Chiesa San Geremia, a hulking pile of brick and masonry. It was perfect. After a short break, we went out and took a walk along the Rio Terra Maddalena, a main drag which gradually wends its way in parallel with the Grand Canal, towards San ...
... they couldn’t be heretics because they were not Catholic. The Doge needed and wanted the Jewish community because they were such an asset to Venetian life. Instead he gave them their own island – which became known as The Ghetto. Yea for the Doge. For many centuries the Ghetto did not have any bridges connecting it to the other parts of Venice. The photo is of the first bridge built to the Ghetto – it’s iron and ...
... close by and I grab a light sweater and head back out. Venice is never still and as it is a Saturday night young people are out everywhere (and here as in everywhere in Italy they stand in the streets outside of bars drinking and laughing). A party atmosphere seems to prevail as I get a slice of pizza from a pizza window and wander the streets eating my slice and feeling very much at home, this is indeed the Venice of my ...