Locanda Ristorante 7 Mari
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and not suitable for the label. Then we were taken into the show room, to show us some of the properties and features of the good stuff. The glass was spectacular. Further demonstrations of the functionality and durability of the glass were made, all the while, being told the special price we would get because we had come with a tour group. Some of the pieces were really very attractive, but somewhat too ornate for my tastes. I tried to like them, but every time I got a closer ...
... and I wanted to do was get some food, Lucy pointed us in the direction of one of her favorite places to eat so we went that way, we ended up by the Rialto Bridge and chose a nice Italian restaurant in the middle of a square to eat, I ordered a ham, cheese and mushroom calzone, it was the last type of Italian food I had to tick off of Italian foods to eat in Italy! and a wine (it wasn't even midday yet!) after lunch we went for a walk around all ...
... swung from swings on the ceiling, the effects and costumes were really well done. We chilled in our room until it was time to try the Chocolate Buffet... Put on especially for the last night. The galley had created their own chocolate masterpieces and they were displayed around the chocolate desserts. We sampled quite a few of the desserts. To be honest, they weren't amazing. Oh well, at least we got ...
... and expensive. The ride itself was overpriced but it's the thing to do in Venice and I feel people do it just to say they've done it. 5) there's not a lot to actually do - the main thing to do in Venice is, well, see Venice. People come here to ride a gondola, and see st marks square. That's about it. That said, Venice was a one of a kind city. There's really nothing like it and its what makes it so attractive, I'm glad we got to see it. Arrivederci Italia, until next ...
... cruise about the canals (they still feel like a movie set sometimes).
The afternoon was spent visiting a glass factory on the island of Murano, followed by a fabulous dinner on the island of Burano and we also got to see how they make their hand-made lace.
Back to the ranch by 8pm literally exhausted. not sure how many steps happened today - but think there was more than 10 ...