Antica Casa Carettoni
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... us the second week sees us head
to the Greek islands, therefore some of the passengers getting off may have
been 7 day cruises or may have been 14 day cruises that started with the Greek
islands. Tomorrow sees us on another personal guided tour, this time the back
streets and canals of Venice, which should be spectacular. Two very tired kids
worn out by the heat as much with one deciding whether they have or don’t have
the right family for them, it was a little hilarious.
... we discover the whole evening has been complimentary! Sometimes my husbands obsession with improving the service industry is worth the aggravation it can cause me.
It has been an amazing day and our heartfelt thanks to all those who contributed particularly the staff at the Bauer Hotel. Tomorrow we farewell Venice and head to Trieste which is the last Italian town before we cross the border into Slovenia and then cross the border again into Croatia.
... the reality went more like this.. poised at doors, dragged / threw suitcases from train, ran to escalator with bags swinging and suitcases bouncing behind us, thump, thump, thump down the escalator and then a mad sprint in the underpass with us shouting" outta the way" to any who dared stray into our path, then into the main hall, a crazed point at the sign to the Banhof, another mad sprint up the escalators to find at least 10 buses waiting at different bays. ...
... We made our way to the Hilton and finally to the rooftop bar to find out it didn’t open until 5:00. We had about 20 minutes to kill, so back down we went and out to take some pictures from this point. The main part of the island, where we had spent the day, was now cast in beautiful sunshine and made for some terrific pictures.
Lots of dogs were being walked, deliveries were being made, and people were out and about. Venice is amazing because ...
... heading out again. This time we stop at a few of the many shops that sell or make the famous Venetian masks, and find varying qualities and prices. We make our way to San Marco's square, which is only a 5 minute walk from the hotel, if you don't make any stops on the way. This square is huge, and bounded by the basilica on one side and a U-shaped building on the other. The current basilica is believed to have been completed in 1093, with various changes and additions in the ...