Hotel Resort Bellevue
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8th September 2015
We caught a very expensive water taxi from Venice airport to spend our one night in Venice at the Hilton Molino Stucky Hotel, just over the canal from where our cruise ship docked the next morning.
The hotel is a huge canal side set of converted flour mill warehouses (mill = molino) once owned by ...
... found myself a real one that is a Joker and whenever the bells ring it is suppose to bring me luck.
There are many places in Venice with stories behind them. One of my favorites involves a cursed palace where every single person who has lived in or owned the palace has been killed in some way or committed suicide. Recently a famous actor thought of buying it but after hearing all the stories, and there were a lot of stories, he decided not to. So now it ...
... to some pretty cool places in Europe.
Traveling abroad, I have learned, is a double-edged sword. No matter how many places you go to, there's always some place(s) you are dying to go to next, as well as places you feel the need to travel back to as soon as possible. If only we had all the money in the world to go absolutely everywhere. Hearing these stories from all these incredible places makes me jealous of those who have been able ...
... church there was a film dealing with part of the exhibit. Oh well.
The exhibit was very interesting. It was divided into flying, war, civil engineering and hydraulics parts of the exhibit. There were replicas of some of his drawings of what we were seeing put together as part of the exhibit. Such an amazing person, that da Vinci was. Liked his moving vehicles that closely resembled the helicopter, automobile ...
... we realised that nearly everyone takes **** photos! In the end we gave up asking and all our best photos were selfies – well done right arm!
After lunch we found a quiet spot to just relax and watch the world go by. We sat on a junction where two narrow canals meet and it was great watching the gondola’s navigate the low bridges and sharp turns without hitting each other. I take my boater hat off to ...