Venice Hotel Villa Dori
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... we can work out! Once we got back to the main part of Venice we walked around the canals and meandered our way back to the hotel for a little rest. Headed back out again later for dinner which was not very nice! That's ok though, as Rhett said we unfortunately have to expect at least one or two bad meals! After a long day and three flights of stairs back up to the hotel room we are exhausted and off to bed, ciao! xoxo ...
... from the Philippines, wearing boardies, a t shirt and thongs. He took us through the winding streets and over little bridges to our apartment. We are staying in a studio apartment overlooking Campo San Angelo. It is really lovely, with gorgeous terrazzo floors, high ceiling and an amazing glass chandelier. After showers we hit the streets and followed Michael's general directions to San Marco ...
... off, but some water still remained. It was interesting to see this occurrence which I've read about. Katie got her shoes wet! So to deal with this Venetians put up walkboards near the Church and inside the foyer.
Another oddity inside the Church was that there are many signs saying no photography, but largely, people ignore this. Photos were being taken everywhere Occasionally a guard would say °no photos° and look angrily at you, but most people took ...
... br> From Disneyland Resort we drive through a very wet France to Karlsruhe, Germany, for a stopover at a funky hotel with a great breakfast! We drive on to Salzburg, Austria, amidst emerging Alps, snow-covered fields and roads, to arrive at our accommodation on the 4th floor, no elevator (this is becoming a strong theme, testing our strength and endurance). Luckily the hotel provides complimentary afternoon tea in a ...
... competing orchestras playing classical music. The area was lit by lights that look like candles in front of all the windows in the buildings that made up the sides. It was very Venetian seeming, if that makes sense. A good way to end the night.We were pretty exhausted but eventually found our way back without too much arguing. Tomorrow we'll wake up early and hit all the stuff we missed today since we aren't leaving until the early afternoon.