Hotel Minerva & Nettuno
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This afternoon we took a nice leisurely walk around Venice with nothing in particular on our schedule. We just wanted to wander and explore the city a bit - it is a great city to wander and explore.
We found ourselves in St. Mark's Square and then past it to the lagoon - It's an incredible view ...
... of shipbuilding techniques, of constant physical and functional adaptations.During the first two decades of the 1900s, the inability to adapt to the needs of the industry and resulted in its transfer to the mainland.The spacious rooms of the rope factory are currently used as one of the venues of the Venice Biennale, as well as some of the activities of small boat building and other minor activities.All seems ...
... last day. We went to a small café near the hotel and split a tomato and cheese sandwich, eating it standing up at a counter since it was cheaper that way. We then walked about a mile down to the Jewish Ghetto area that we had visited back in the 90's. The streets leading to the area were crowded with walkers and shoppers. When we got to the ghetto area and the section where ...
... BMW). He was a bit of a showman and opened the sunroof and put the windows down so we had a very breezy 40 minute trip to central Paris. We all looked a bit wind swept on arrival to the hotel check-in.
The girl at check-in seemed a bit annoyed that we had interrupted her quiet afternoon. I think she thought she had better things to do than deal with the public. We finally got our rooms and came up and settled in before ...
... of glassblowing is demonstrated.
Emma gets pushed to the front of a crowd so the little “signorina” can
see a vase being made. We have found that Italians are very generous to children,
not so much with adults. We were
warned in Rome to assume the position with elbows bent so as to make our way
more quickly through crowds of any kind. Back to the glass, Emma and I purchase
a few items, asking for good wrapping, as we will ...