Le Ville del Lido Suite Residence
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- Swimming pool
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... That was quite fine! On our way out of the restaurant, the proprietor offered Martin some of his personal grappa (a sort of cognac, according to Karen. I think it is firewater!) Martin was sharing it, sips for any who wished after sniffing it--really, the fumes would strip paint! Karen made an appreciative face and noise after her sip--and was handed her own glass! Which she drank, and enjoyed! The walk back to the hotel was a bit boisterous! ...
... the walking. We wandered around the, by now, deserted back streets and canals despite it being 8:45pm. Many of the building give the appearance of being in need of repair due to flaking paintwork and in many cases missing plaster and rendering revealing the original brickwork. It is the standard and style of the building that contribute to giving Venice its character.
On our way back to our hotel and maybe as it’s our last time in this city AND having ...
... br> During Thursday, I worked out in the gym for an hour, then we attended a briefing for the next part of our cruise, attended a lunch by invitation of the captain of the ship. Claire attended another flower arranging seminar while I visited the computer room to download more of my photographs from my camera and write my blog. We were also invited to attend a Phillip Hoffman afternoon tea, as well as dinner in the evening. All in all a relatively relaxing day.
... Canal. Built as a way to get to the local markets. It was first built as a floating bridge then rebuilt from wood in 1255. So it is a very old bridge and one that attracts the tourists. So, we have to go there. But we cannot remember , in our four days here, when we went there.
We were eating gelato, that I remember because we had to put them down to take selfies and I wouldn't let Womby put them on the ground. I put them on the higher railing.
... had to buy one from here.
Venice is the birthplace of composer Antonio Vivaldi. Therefore it was fitting that we attend a concert of his Four Seasons. Performed in an intimate hall next to St. Mark's Basilica, we "dressed up" the best as we could.
Following the concert, we went to an elegant bar where we were soon approached by a woman and her 30+ yr. old son, who, realizing we ...