Al Gabbiano Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have to be painted white with limestone every year. They are allowed to have either red, green or blue doors & shutters, some with blue dome roofs but Maoist with flat roof to catch the winter rains which is stored in underground tanks, not for drink though. The Govt. has built a dam on the island but our guide told me the residents won't drink the water as they don't trust the Govt. Says it all really! A really lovely tour. Had time to walk into the township after being dropped ...
... put my skills to the test. For breaky we weren't very busy but still did 80 people, lunch was very busy, where 150 people were done in the first hour, it was crazy in the kitchen, a lot of shouting and fast moving. The food was so spectacular for a soup kitchen. On my break i talked to the local homeless, who were very grateful, this would be great for a group of students ...
... were beginning to crack down on baggage being carried on. Said something to Robert because he had the Ape(camera bag) and told her it had been cleared and was all camera equipment so allowed on through.
Flight was fine and had a prima donna with baby that was interesting to watch through the flight! Now we have landed and there was no customs to go through so no stamp in our passports for Italy! Bummer.
... we loved our focaccias, but Isabelle was not happy with her chocolate doughnut. She said it didn’t taste like a real doughnut back at home!! While waiting for our food, was saw a Franciscan monk walk past, I pointed him out to Isabelle (as she goes to St Francis primary), he saw us as was waving at Isabelle and Zac. Then he
came into the café and gave ...
Our first full day in Venice began with a visit to St. Marks Basilica. While waiting in line to get in St. Marks, we stood on platforms that had been set up due to the flooding. While today it did not rain, yesterday's downpour left puddles and small lakes. The church was amazing. Many of us felt it was the best church we've seen on this trip. We toured the church and then climbed to the top level. There we (except ...