- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... fall. The whole trip is full of a thousand possible photo shots that could be post cards. We stay at a fantastic apartment that looks across the yard and not very busy road to the cloud shrouded mountains forming Lake Como in front of us. Ducks and swans paddle, boats an buoys bob in the water and you can't help love this beautiful place where you could spend weeks or even a lifetime if you were lucky. We will head back to Milan tomorrow afternoon. We may need to be dragged ...
Today was a sightseeing day. Lots of walking, lots of stairs and lots and lots of people. One of our main objectives for today was to get to the Rialto Bridge. It's a large bridge that crosses the canal and has great views of the city. It's a very popular place for photos. We also saw the Bridge of Sighs which has beautiful architecture. We had lunch at one of the open air cafes at St. Mark's Square. We wanted ...
... city for a look around and Christine, Kathy and John had some R and R on board. He wandered around the sea front, taking an interest in the people fishing off the wharf and rocks, wishing it was him with the rod in his hand. He had a nice coffee in the main piazza. After a bit of quiet time we got ready for dinner early so we could go and enjoy a cocktail beforehand, only to find that all the bars were closed as the whole ships crew were involved in another emergency ...
... our way back up towards the train station for our 8.30pm train, then went off to find some sandwiches for the journey home. I have really struggled with sandwiches or paninis in Italy; they are very limited in choice and mainly meat orientated. I know that it's my fault for being so fussy and only liking tuna! Luckily I managed to find a tuna roll in one shop. Lyn bought some beer to drink on the train, then realisied he couldn't open it! Travelling with only hand ...
... this in late May for 10 years or so. Enough waiting for the rain to stop we are all in and made our way to St. Marks.
Around one more corner and the tight alley opened up to the wide open square - full of water! Venice was not designed this way originally. It's sinking. 1,500 years ago the city was founded and in 828 the bones of Mark, the apostle, supposedly, were brought to rest at the St. Marks Basilica and tourism got it's start. In fact, without tourists ...