- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... do without my girl. We spent 3 hrs at Sagrada as we were both tired from our Wild Night. Ash slept for almost 3 hrs and I went shopping by myself. Can you believe it I went out on my own without my trusted escort. Wow life is good. I wish all of you could be with us on our travels. We are now heading out for dinner to a dining area by the university then off ...
... the bottled drinks, they're so expensive here! I was going through many and each time I purchased one, it was anywhere between 3-5 euros (and anyone who is up on the Canadian exchange rates knows how much that hurts). As Brittany and I strolled through a different area this evening by accident, we stumbled upon a supermarket where we went in and found the exact same drinks that I liked, only in larger bottles for 1,79 euros...and a bottle of water ...
... a lot of evidence from the war of 1991 when Croatia was invaded by Serbia. We left port early afternoon for our last cruise of the trip north in the Adriatic Sea to Venice.
On 5 May it was truly beautiful as we cruised into Venice up the Canal di San Marco then onto the Canal della Giudecca to the dock on a lovely sunny afternoon – a trip we will not forget, just stunning views as we stood on top deck of our ship to ...
... The Burano church tower has a lean like the one in Pisa, although it isn't as tall. Quite a few of the towers in Venice have a lean but the one on Burano leans the most. Next stop Torcello. I'd read about this island and really wanted to see the old church and ruins here. It is the oldest settlement in Venice and was the first church built. It is a really lovely island, there are a couple of really nice restaurants and hotels but not much else; there is an peaceful tranquility ...
... objects that were crafted from it were amazing. The shops were also filled with every kind of decorated face mask which is what the Venetians would wear to their masked balls and carnivales. They were also lovely. Of course there were the usual sellers on the streets of bags, scarves and hats, but the shops were reserved for the glass. On waiting at our meeting spot for Renzo, Phil's cousin I discovered that my sea pass card had fallen out of its pouch and was lost in ...