Hotel La Rescossa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and modern bridges, however beautifully designed seem out of place against ancient stone fences built as the grape fields were tilled many years ago. The contrast of the very old and the very new is facinating.
Quarries, think marble for Michelangelo, can be seen from the train. Huge blocks of stone waiting to be delivered by rail.
Venice is for lovers. What a beautiful place. You can't stop taking pictures, drinking in ...
... This morning (Sunday) we got a very late start. Yesterday's 5 a.m. alarm really hit us hard. By the time we got moving it was almost time for lunch. We found this cute, quiet and yummy place right around the corner from the Accademia Galleries called San Trovaso Ristorante. Both of us enjoyed our pasta dishes and not feeling rushed. Afterwards, we toured the Accademia which Robin really liked. The galleries provided a great introduction to ...
... in the "trinket" shop but trying to find them again was proving difficult, especially when he wasn't describing it very well to Di.
Anyhow, we made it to the museum (and learnt we could have got off the bus/boat virtually out the front but we're almost used to all this walking) and were once again amazed at the displays. It's not so much the type or colour or design, but more so the age of some of the pieces, There are examples dating back to the first half of the ...
... 26th November This morning we sampled the hotel's breakfast, which was great, followed by a trip back across the Rialto to Piazza San Marco, where we stopped into St Mark's cathedral, nearly 1000 years old, and took a good look inside. The domed interior was stunning, especially the detailed roof. We also had a look inside the cathedral museum which is displayed Byzantine artifacts brought back from Constantinople. In a short summary, why these items ended up in Venice is ...
... had an hours wait for our train to Venice. On this train we were seated next to 2 school teachers from Sydney. Lots of mixed farms on the way – most were grapes, kiwifruit, maize and wheat. This was the best train we have been on so far. Caught a water taxi to our hotel – 60 euro but much better than swimming as you ...