Russo Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... get to the next train to get to Florence. Once we arrived in Florence we went for quite a walk to the Cathedral so once we got there we took photos. After we took some photos we made our way to the bridge with shops all over it but sadly most of them were jewellery shops because they have the money to be on the bridge. After we were on the bridge for a little while we started making our way back to the ...
... maze like city, eventually getting to Rialto bridge and then making my way to San Marco square. I wandered through the square, jealous of the piano players that accompanied small bands for different restaurants as at this point I hadn't played one for around three weeks (Vienna would have been the last place I played). Of course I still enjoyed the view of the square and slowly made my way to the 'coast' by the square taking in ...
... Pierce's friend from Dallas and his family (Dia and Barry Epstein) who we know too, and we all sat outside in a campo (smaller than a piazza) for a lovely dinner. The kids played frisbee and bought small helicopter type toys that they launched with rubber bands. Everyone had a great time. On our way back from dinner, we took a gondola ride on the Grand Canal at 11:00 p.m. We learned all ...
... as I arrived. I scouted out the vending machines at the school and bought a bottle of water. I also met a man who is from Austria and we conversed in broken Italian. He also begins school tomorrow. My room is on the 3rd floor and has some beautiful views and a very nice breeze off of the water. Thank God for the breeze because there is no air conditioning here. For dinner I walked through a boatyard to a quaint little restaurant ...
This morning I walked over to the Rialto market, just past the bridge. There were maybe 15 stalls displaying produce such as peppers, dried tomatoes, pineapples, persimmons, lemons, tomatoes, several kinds of pears and apples, figs, grapes, artichokes, bananas, oranges, and all shapes and sizes and kinds of mushrooms. Initially I was thinking it was rather small but really since the whole thing is all produce it's probably the largest of the markets that I've seen so ...