Hotel alla Fava
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... a city like this, I guess it is unique. No cars, narrow alleys like a maze, dead ends, bridges and the all pervasive damp smell, not entirely unpleasant but not usual.
A electrical storm whipped up creating a pigeon frenzy that would have terrified bird haters so we made our way home. Later a nice dinner including a chat to two German women sitting next to us, one of whom had visited NZ as a youg woman in the ...
... in the labyrinth of narrow lanes, bridges and plazas of Venice.
Many times the kids enjoyed taking the lead and trying to navigate the way home, with not much success.
Piazza San Marco, St Marks Basilica, Doges Palace, the Bridge of Sighs and Rialto Bridge were still impressive even with some scaffolding.
Riley was lucky enough to celebrate his ...
... 14 night cruise is actually made up of 2 back to back voyages. A short 3 night ‘taster cruise’ to Croatia and Montenegro then back to Venice before venturing on an 11 night trip around the Black Sea. Not knowing the procedure for checking in for the 2nd part of our cruise we made enquiries at the front desk. On examining Roisin’s cruise card the dates of the voyage specified 19.09.2014 – 03.10.2014 so the 2nd cruise ...
Can one listen to too much classical music? It doesn't seem so. Gordon found out about this concert so we decided to go.
Baroque music in a church, does it get more Italian than that? The group is Interpreti Veneziani and they played mostly Vivaldi, as well as an oboe concerto by Albinoni that I recognised. The church is Chiesa San Vidal and has great acoustics, as well as some lovely art and sculptures. This was ...
... It wasn't cheap though, 5 Euro per bag (and I now had 3!) so I decided instead to just go over to the McDonald's across the street and wait it out. I had really worn myself out with my sightseeing in Florence! At McDonald’s I had fries and water and read a little bit in my Venice book and even got out my computer to write a little bit in my blog (I’m several days behind!). By 12:45 it started getting really crowded in McDonald’s and I felt a ...