Park Hotel Brasilia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... with a number of decisions. Here they are. Which way did you think we went on these? 1 Famous sights (a) Do we hang out on the impossibly packed Piazza San Marco and wait 3 hours in a 500 metre queue to get into Basilica di San Marco? (b) Do we do local stuff like wander over a couple of bridges from our guest house to a great little quiet piazzetta where Ferasa (from Jordan) runs a cheap little wine bar overlooking the wonderful Chiesa di Santa Maria ...
... switched to my sport sandals with bare feet. The water was freezing cold. Maneuvering a big umbrella in the narrow alleyways with thousands of other people with big umbrellas proved challenging. But we finally found it. We got our pizza and on our way back we picked up wine and some snacks and also gelato. All the requirements for an Italian eat-in meal.
Thankfully we found ...
... awful lot of souvenir shops and stalls, very christmasy shops selling all manner of chocolates was that there were also a huge number of shops dedicated to the sale of face masks, very elaborate face masks. It seemed rather a lot of masks when you consider the Venetian festival is an annual event. Then I read that 3 million visitors come for this festival and it can stretch for up to 3 months and well, maybe that is why Venice is sinking!
... after going the long way around). They also did tapas style food. I met three locals – Vanessa (a teacher), Emir (from Murano) and Faisal (marketing?). We had a few drinks in between me trying to understand Italian with my little knowledge of French and Emir speaking French and thinking I knew more than I actually knew) and Vanessa apologising for her lack of English. We then picked up her Labrador Yargo (a skinny labrador!) and made our way to a local ...
... and the eventuality of the Jews who worked there.The museum recommended two hours be allocated for a visit - Gaby and I emerged reluctantly but positively five hours later.
The second museum was, of course, Auschwitz. We took the one hour's drive from Krakow not knowing what to expect or how we would respond. We took two tours. The first was a two - hour tour of Auschwitz 1, the concentration camp where people were either worked to death or murdered, their ...