Relais Leon D'Oro
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... buy it. We found one where a little older lady was sitting alone stitching, while surrounded by various examples of her craft. We bought some, of course. The town is a palette of pastels, each small building adding its own rich color. A home owners association nightmare, but beautiful.
In the evening we visited St. Mark's Square. There is a photo hanging in our front room of Lisa's grandfather Rudolfo in St. Mark's Square, a smile on ...
... color to my eye. Small is the key here though, got to get it home in one piece. Bought three large pottery pieces by the most prominent potter in Central Asia home from Kyrgyzstan a decade or so ago in my luggage, protected as best I could, and of three pieces only one made it without a chip. Yes, I could have mailed it but didn't trust the postal service from there to get it home in one piece, so didn't. ...
... but the beer is cold.
We then begin shopping. Jeannette & I buy a leather bag to carry our travel documents, etc. Of course we have chosen one of the more expensive, about €120. I also buy a Hard Rock Cafe (Venice) T-shirt. We then return to St Mark's Square, and find more shops. We find the Pandora shop, and Jeannette chooses 2 charms, a gondola & a mask. Le'Anne adds them to her ...
... Airways gate and find one that is currently boarding for a 6 am flight to Phoenix. Talked to the agent who asked me where/how I got these boarding passes. Well, I got them from you guys at the ticket counter a few minutes ago. He told me that that flight was on a mandatory Crew Rest Stop. I told him that I had to get to Venice. He made phone calls, punched computer keys, and eventually put us on the flight to Phoenix and then on a flight to Philly. Asked if ...
We feel very pleased with ourselves. We are in Venice!
The flight with Ryanair went very smoothly and even though we left Crete behind schedule, we arrived in Treviso airport on time! The landscape view from the plane was wonderful-first the chequered flat plains and then the snow capped Dolomites were present. What a view!
When we landed there was a fanfare of trumpets through the speaker system and most people clapped, obviously aware that this is what happens ...