Hotel Ca Brugnera
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to heat the small apartment where we stay.
Our host Jasna has quietly crept into our kitchen and stacked pine logs into the stove as we sleep; the only source of heat in her quaint little home. She is not Italian, originally from Croatia she moved in her twenties for work. Here in this quiet mountain town, she met her husband, Danilo, and they now have two children with a third on the way. Jasna is 5 months pregnant but appears to not have ...
... Mary was pretty special. Our Mediterranean cruise ended with a brief trip to Venice. A most beautiful city to sail into, the highlights were St. Mark's Cathedral and the Doge's Palace. Here we said good-bye to our friends and now Peg & I are off to Sorrento on the south coast of Italy for the final week of our ...
... on TripAdvisor then went on a mission to find it, wandering all the old alleys on the way. The gelati did not disappoint, it was sensational. We topped off the day sitting outside at a popular cafe near where a blues - jazz band had set up outside. They were excellent, with some superb singers. Then we had yet another excellent pizza followed by another gelati from the same gelati place as it was that ...
We arrived in Venice just before lunch, after a day at sea. The sun was shining and the view from our stateroom window revealed a Venice in all its summer glory. The tiles on the Doge's Palace were glistening and the trees were in full bloom. The hardest thing was to chose what to do or where to go. We have visited Venice in Winter and the difference is amazing, the number of tourists triples, as do the street vendors and gondola's. Today we had our walking shoes on and made our ...
... that was built in 1077. We toured the many levels with a group of at least twenty people where the attractions were passed on through an audio tour. Of our group there must have been at least five different languages being spoken through the handheld devices. Afterwards the castle conducted a demonstration of "Falconing." A large crowd gathered in the castles courtyard as men and women dressed like Robin Hood appeared with the large ...