Relais Leon D'Oro
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out of the 5 pubs, although we did have two glasses of wine in one. The highlight of the evening was seeing our intrepid guide on the same tour in July !!! We all enjoyed especially the red fizzy wine !!! HIC !!! Oh we also stood up on the traggaletto !!! We must have eaten so much food tonight as we had cinciatti in every bar and then went for a pasta/pizza !!! We finished the day with Donna and Rachel pinching a toilet roll from the restaurant as our accommodation had run out ...
... her wait to visit the island itself before we let her buy anything (there are Murano glass shops everywhere in Venice). Aunty Petra, Uncle Charlie and Liam had given her some spending money in Euros and she had held onto it until something special came along. That something special was in Murano. She now has some beads for a bracelet and a necklace. Rob also bought me a lovely watch for my birthday. The store we went to was called Gino Mazzuccato and they ...
... be like and they were so far exceeded-- The architecture was magnificent, the canals were captivating, and the city was alive! We took a water taxi for 40 minutes as opposed to the 20 minute one because Carly had a "self-guided tour" that allowed us to see most of the monuments on the way to our stop. There was a lot of history on the island and I was already wishing I had more time there. Trying to find our way to the hotel was a mess, we decided that there is "straight" ...
... sad that so many people do that as the tower's surroundings, white marble buildings within the huge stone walls are more beautiful than the tower itself. This area, 'under the Tuscan sun', does in fact have the orange terracotta houses with rolling green hills and vineyards. The Tuscan capital of Italy, Florence, is in itself an artistic masterpiece. The town was once the home of Leonardo da Vinci, Niccolo Machievelli, Galileo Galilei, Amerigo Vespucci, Donatello, Raffaele, ...
... manager comes out and asks " quiet some guests are sleeping". Oh a noisy bunch we are. We say goodbye to several of our fellow travelers. We can only get wifi in the lounge area so it's a good time to get messages and update Facebook. Everyone goes to bed and I am the only left. The night manager starts rustling papers do I loudly " sshhhhhhh" he rolls out on his chair and laughs as I say " I'm trying to sleep over here". Quick quick I need to sleep. Bye ...