Park Hotel Ermitage
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Kids pool
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... the same with fruit. Porto to follow, on the house. €60. Needless to say very late when we left. Happy Birthday Mary Ann. Day 3. Trip to the Moreno glass works, courtesy of the hotel. Water taxi there, very enjoyable. Not really knowing what to expect. Really, we saw a small artisan glass works, then a 12 room exhibition of the finest Venetian glass, everything from €20,000 down. No pressure. Just pure art in glass. Had ...
... church and convent.. the street was walled and had a dozen reliefs in the wall.. there was Jasmin in the air and it felt sweet in the hot sun. It was raining as we woke up on Saturday morning..having our made our usual cappuccino we set to packing and making ready to get the Cruise line terminal. Grace finished first and headed out to the market to get an extra bottle of wine as we depleted our cruise stash. I finished booking our return night in Venice room on the 30th after the ...
... engraved tooth picks(I know, it's Italian)!
Phillip opted for two courses...he has been missing his much loved Sushi since we have been away (a daily lunch ritual at home). so the temptation to have raw fish when he saw it on the menu was too much! Then followed chicken broth risotto with truffles. He scored both 10/10.
As a part of my pre-planning visit to Venice I downloaded thru Kindle a booked named "The Venice Experiment". It's written by ...
... serenaded by an accordion player which was very nice. Off for a walk back to San Marco for gelato. I had chocolate and coconut and it was like a bounty. Yum!!!! We walked around and there were a number of musical ensembles playing in the square. Listened to a few songs including 'All I ask of you' and Phantom of the Opera. It was so good I recorded some on my phone. Walk back along the front beside the canal to,the hotel. Some reading in bed and the sleep about 11. Off to Florence ...
... not (and plentiful), the shop-windows are an entertainment in themselves and then there are still the buildings and the waterways! And of course this city has so many links with literature, Shakespeare being in that category (think "The Merchant of…). No references to Shylock anywhere though.
We spent a long day there, walked WELL in excess of the recommended 10, 000 steps a day from Curves Gym (where I attend back home), ...