Blue Dream Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to the ship when we choose to leave.
We see the Bridge of Sighs, which links the Doges Palace to the jail. Its name was changed from the Jail Bridge to this more whimsical name after a visit by Lord Byron. He thought the prisoners would sigh as the crossed the Grand Canal into the jails as they see Venice one last time through the small windows.
The rest of day in Venice will be on our next blog.
... back and someone ran towards him with the wallet. Another good deed! It seemed as though things were working well for us today. Tonight, Karin, a traveller from Melbourne went back to her room to find her suitcase had been damaged in transit and had lost a wheel. She will be continuing her travels after this tour is over so she needs it repaired. I am sitting waiting for her now as she makes arrangements with the hotel. It is just as well we are staying at ...
... a few blocks, and up (very long seeming) flight of stairs to get to our hotel. Phew.
That sucked up quite a bit of our day, but we did manage some sight-seeing. We had the obligatory gondola ride, which was quite expensive, but does give one a very different and interesting perspective. We also saw the the Frari church, which does have an impressive quantity of art (and ...
... to that meeting point and enjoyed a leisurely, peaceful and a little warmer tour through the narrow canals and under quaint bridges. Because the forecast was not good for tomorrow either it was good to have done this today. So wonderful. We needed an early tea as girls are pretty tired so off to find another good Italian meal on our last night. On the way Darryl discovered a great wee shaving/knife/brush/nail utensil shop run by a Jewish lady who was ...
... scene as Chevy Chase quickly viewing the Grand Canyon in, “Lampoons Vacation.” He gave it a quick nod and said, “Well, I think we’ve seen it.” Ten minutes later, we are back in the square. So much for the plan. Jason- 1, Gayla- 0.
There were lots of great things to see, but my Italian husband wanted to venture down the back alleys and experience a little taste of Italian culture ...