Blue Dream Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... walk around the city we had an hour on own to do more exploring but not enough time to walk the wall with its 425 steps that I did with Pat. Again it was about 38' so I wasn't disappointed. Had a great ice cream in the town where the locals buy & it was one of the best I have had. Did some more shopping at the little stalls along the dock, buffet restaurant on board for dinner before going to the extravaganza show in the Stardust Theatre. ...
... a trip to the Doge's palace. Well. If we thought that the Medici's liked a bit of bling they have been well and truly outdone by the Doge's. The major rooms of the Palace have to be seen to be believed. The art work on the walls and ceilings were without equal. One room was 53m long 25m wide and 14m high. How the ceiling is suspended is a total mystery. Again the artwork on the walls and ceilings was fantastic. The room in its hight could hold 1500 people who formed part of ...
... choose mystery bites of fishes and cheese and savories to be enjoyed canal side with our wine.
Vaporetto ride down the Grand Canal to our stop, San Toma. Back in our apartment, watching the sun go down, studying Giulia's list of recommended restaurants. Choose the closest, Trattoria San Toma. Beautiful night for alfresco dinner in a courtyard between two ancient churches. Risotto with frutti di mare was excellent, and waiters were welcoming. A very good start.
... glass. We then had a night tour of 'hidden Venice' going through the quiet streets where not many tourists would go. We the had a gondola tour in the evening which was eerie. It was dark and quiet through some of the canals, with just the water lapping at the ...
... she was getting on the train too. So she pushed ahead and I saw her "helping" these people with their one million giant suitcases,.. And then she was hassling them for money. Yep, scammers!! Although in their case I guess it was really money well spent because they were seriously struggling and probably wouldn't have gotten in without her. But anyways we avoided the scam, and didn't need her help anyway thank you very much, due to our compact luggage! We immediately sought ...