Park Hotel Villa Leon d'Oro
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and watched a couple of displays of glassmaking. The expert glass makers made it look so easy, they barely broke a sweat putting the glass into the scorching ovens and bending it to make cups and flowers and trinkets. Around the city were all sorts of glass sculptures and we really enjoyed the glass armadillos in one of the glass museums. We ended our day by shouting ourselves a riverside dinner. It was a beautiful spot and we had a lovely meal. The food here is so so ...
... The water taxi ride was on an open boat this time and was just as wonderful as it is always nice to see the scenery from the water.
We had received an email the night before the cruise from the cruise company letting us know about a protest at the port against the cruise ships and their damage to the local ecosystem. Because of it, we were urged to arrive earlier and by water taxi only, so as a result Brittany and I rolled in at ...
... for this project as well as their palazzo in the center of Rome. The inside of the villa decorated completely in frescoes as most villas and palazzos of its time, and the outside with endless formal gardens and fountains.
Our second villa of the day was Villa Lante in Bagnaia, just outside of Viterbo. This villa focused on the extreme grade change of the site to create a processional experience through the formal gardens, using the flow of ...
... get to where you want to go. I thought that was how the No. 2 worked—nope, at least not this one! After that awful crowd, and then finally getting a seat outside in the back, I had to get off when they completely emptied the waterbus. Then I just looped out and back in and caught the next No. 2—ha!
This time I stood outside by the railing, thinking it was going to be a fairly short ride to my ...
... market. With its wonderful selection of fish, the Realto market was nearly as impressive as the one we saw in Catania. Sitting, as it does, alongside the Grand Canal of Venice certainly makes it one of the more scenic markets we have ever visited.
From here, we took the Ponte di Realto across to the San Marco district. The Piazza San Marco was every bit as magnificent as one would expect - even more so. We had ...