Hotel Abano Leonardo Da Vinci Terme & Golf
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... removing the grout between the mosaics. It was quiet interesting. Outside the church was a sign about the Glass Museum and Glass School (the one I had to forgo the glass course at). The Glass School has a Glass in action program Tuesdays and Thursdays - what luck - I am here Tuesday - tomorrow. The Glass museum attendant told me to just turn up about 20 min before the scheduled time (4.00pm) - no need to book. Unfortunately a large part of the Glass Museum was closed ...
... the glass blowers crafting fine glass into bowls and figurines. Amazing. The Murano Showroom contained every conceivable bowl, plate, statue, and chandelier. All wonderfully crafted, individually hand-made, with large price tags. Some pieces took the craftsman four weeks to be completed. We walked very very carefully through the various displays. One small comment about a piece and a salesperson would pounce offering free shipping, or a discount if we purchased ...
... at me "JORDYN, GET OFF THE TRAIN, THIS ISN'T THE RIGHT ONE, GRAB YOUR BAGS"! Meanwhile I'm peeing my pants because it felt like we were in a movie and Melissa was moving slow motion, and I had already started getting my jacket on. I ran off the train and 30 seconds later Melissa comes diving off the train super dismantled and we ran around asking everyone we could within two minutes where the hell our train was and finally, we missed it. So we ...
... today being Tuesday!). Out of ideas I called in at Aunt Sally's for a cup of tea and a slice of cake!!!
Back to the present and the ship’s barber started asking some personal questions such as 'do I have a dry scalp? Do I have eczema? Does my head itch? Not too sure what ‘hints’ she was giving out. What ever happened to the usual small talk I was used to such as:’Going anywhere nice for your holidays?!’ On second thoughts, how would ...
... the Grand Canal and eventually to Murano where they do the glass blowing. We watched a guy blowing glass for a while but it was just before lunch so they didn't do it for long. We looked around at some of the stalls and I bought a wine stopper. From there we walked over a couple of bridges to find the number 12 water taxi to take us to Burano. What an amazing place. Full of bridges and canals but also lovely colourful buildings. We saw some ...