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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Back at sea level before returning to the bus we went to a cafe for two related purposes, to buy a drink, and to access the free WIFI. Most cafés offer free WIFI and with the exorbitant rates on the ship this is what most passengers do everyday in port. It's one of our daily highlights to do emails, Facebook, the NZ Herald to see what's happening at home and it stays on our devices until updated, and to upload the blog, and financial market ...
... in scale), and just people watched in the square.
In Verona the next morning, we went to Castel Vecchio as a class. This was also a fortified residence, but has since been renovated by Carlo Scarpa. Scarpa is a 20th century Italian Architect who was notorious for his detailed eye. This project involved mixing old and new structures in a way that showcased original portions of the building while balancing them with new details. ...
Time seems to have stood still in these towns. Grape arbors fill every nook and cranny. Thousands of acres warming in the sun. Grape leaves yellowing as the fall signals the end of the harvest. Since the trains run in the valleys, grape arbors can be seen for hundreds of miles.
Most towns have church steeples hundreds of years old with an occasional castle carved into the stone face of a mountain in the distance. ...
... ever so noisy church bells surprised you couldn't hear them in Rockvegas. First stop breakfast prosciutto and mozzarella toastie delizioso. Now we have a full belly the adventure begins. We set off for a visit to the island of Murano to watch glass making. Unbelievable to see them make a horse and vase in about 2mins. The heat of the furnace was a 1000 degrees now that is hot. Of course we then did a little shopping and checked out the island of Murano. ...
... by doing the same.
Although the lovely basilica and its grand piazza were glorious we just loved getting lost in Venice. Apparently everyone get lost in Venice, the street signs are terrible, the map is useless and the backstreets too numerous to fit on any size map. After a while we just gave up trying to navigate the city and just enjoyed what we saw around us. Getting lost in the narrow back streets of Venice is the ...