Hotel Bristol Buja
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... the city and ended up back near our hotel,where we had lunch alongside a canal, so we sat sown next to a couple for dinner, who were from Northern Ireland and we had a good yarn to them talking about NRL, Aussie Rules,Rugby Union and of course Belfast. He like us loved the SOO games and could not believe it when we showed him the photo with Jerry and was disappointed when I didn't have a photo of Isaac Boss( Kiwi who new of Zane ...
... bunch of events going on for Carnivale. The smaller canals that snake their way through the city are the coolest, and you're constantly crossing bridges to get around town. We first went to see Ca d'Oro which is a typical venetian house right on the Grand Canal. The point was to learn about the typology of the Venetian house. Right near Ca d'Oro is the Rialto bridge, which is similar to Pontevecchio in Florence in the sense that its a major bridge with shops ...
... last night. The concert was fantastic. The first half was Mozart and the second half Strauss. Susan you and the girls would have loved it they had some ballet dancers. Today we left Vienna for Venice. A magnificent drive through the Carnic Alps. Lots of snow on the Alps. The. Deciduous trees are changing colour and it looks spectacular. We caught the ferry to Lido. We are staying at a very old hotel. One thing the ...
... at St Mark square but this was clearly not allowed and we kept getting moved on by the "Step Police". We loved all the canals and streets especially the way that they just got smaller and smaller the further you walked in. There were about 4 big cruise ships in and this creates huge queues so we passed on the trip through St Marks. As we moved through the alley ways alongside the canals we came across an artist, painting and peddling his wares, we bought a couple of ...
... and run for the door. And then at that point, our guide stopped us and tried to talk us into "at least buying a small one to hang on our wall!" How many times do you have to say "No?" There are a few other crafts you can purchase there as well but, honestly, after the rug demo I was afraid to ask the price of anything or show interest by looking at a price tag. We arrived back at the ship just after the 2:00 all ...