Hotel Croce di Malta Veneto
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... our way into the Hard Rock Café, and made a couple of purchases. Funny story number one for the day. The guy who served us asked me if I would buy a plastic arm band to support cancer. The band was pink and I asked him what sort of cancer was this helping. He hands me a brochure - hmm, all in Italian.
'Mi scusi- no comprende'. Says Melinda
' Scusi, Scusi' , he says.
I ask him to translate. Now this is tricky - most people in Europe can ...
What Venice is about is selling tourists souvenirs. Much forgettable junk but Venice is also home to some of the world's finest glass. The technique in Venice goes back centuries, but what makes it exceptional in comparison with other competitors is that the local quartz rocks are almost pure silica. When ground into a fine sand and melted the result is pure and clear devoid of contaminates. Various ...
We arrived in the breakfast room at our B&B at 8:30AM. Just like all the travel books had said, we were offered caffe which is espresso (not my usual DD Light and Sweet), croissant, juice, and yogurt. Mark couldn't figure out which little packet contained the butter and was too embarrassed to ask Grace in front of the other guests so he gave up on the croissant. We walked the five minute walk to St. Mark's Square and got in line to await the opening of ...
... of those balls until we saw a gondola and we went on the gondola and it went on the water roads that looked like one way water roads and in some of the houses there was water on the bottom. On the gondola the person that was pushing said that Tim had to sit on one side because he liked it leaning so that when we went under a bridge it didn't scrape. Some people were taking pictures of us and then they copied us and went on a gondola. We ...
... started to bug me. Venice is all cobblestones and not wheelchair friendly. I have seen a grand total of 4 ramps and those are only on the bridges to get onto Venice. What about once you're on the island and want to get around? I started to question why I was really unhappy with Venice, especially compared to how I felt in Austria, and then it hit me. There's no nature. It's just concrete, cobblestones and canals. Venice has ...