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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... Fun times reminiscing and laughing at the hotel bar afterwards! Oh and Roy dropped a bottle of wine on the hotel lobby floor....what a mess, BUT there were 4 bottles in this box we found at a rest stop, and he only broke one out of the four, which was cheered by everyone...except the hotel staff! Off to Lucerne, Switzerland tomorrow! Going to ride a cable car to the top of Switzerland's oldest mountain 6300ft.... Start a prayer circle NOW, cause I am scared! Momma ...
... but we plodded on and found our way.. sooo cool to see what once way a great place to the gods of ancient Greece.. not much was standing and it was obvious that other places like Ephesus had much more restoration, but Greece has little money to do the work. It did let you see how it is untouched.. and the interesting part was all the buildings or columns were made with sea shells, yes shell thousands of years old! We spent hours there, and it rained off and on.. we realized we had to ...
... was inlayed with gold or if it was just the paint but it sure made it look like it was gold everywhere.
After walking around a little more, we somehow ended up back at Rialto Bridge, and we grabbed ourselves some gelato. I had forest berry and tiramisu flavors, and let me tell you it was the best ice cream/gelato ever. I particularly enjoyed the forest berry one. I had read that you couldn't go about 100 yards or so without seeing a place that ...
... no. But he said to put him by his wife Carolyn, and she said "I can't run!"; I saw the kids looking at me in disbelief as I sat my bag by her feet!!! He took a phenomenal picture of us; it might be Christmas card worthy!!! We walked the back alleyways, got a pizza slice to go for lunch, and went to our third and final church: the Frari, Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari. It is a Franciscan church that features the work of three great Renaissance masters: Donatello, ...
Our second day in Venice, for the majority, was spent in Murano, a small island off the coast of Venice. The island of Murano is known for their Murano glass, and that was definetly evident while we were walking along the streets, as large glass sculptures outfitted each corner. We found a couple of souvenirs along the way, and watched a glass making demonstration in a shop. As per ...