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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hotel on the sea, was like. Breathtaking. So glad we chose to leave this port. So the cruise ship is totally ridiculous. Ridiculously huge, massive, ginormous, colossal. The gym is only about as big as City Fitness in Palmy - it's insane. Emergency drill sees us all in our life jackets down in Muster Station A with our red emergency drill cards, this is before we've even left port, rather sobering. Stand there for what feels like hours, as they run through the drill in ...
... area around Dubrovonik produces wine, olive oil, mussels, oysters and salt. It exports nothing as it is able to sell everything it makes to tourists. The countryside consists of many bays, peninsulas and islands. The bays are situated in such a manner that some of them are flushed 20 times a day which is conducive to producing oysters and mussels. Branka says it is God's country. We then made our way back to the ship where I took the opportunity of snoozing!! By then the ...
... studying maps and squinting at worn street signs. We meandered for over an hour, and happened upon the nightlife of Venice in San Margherita Square, where hundreds of young people spilled out of dozens of bars. The scene made Zoe nostalgic for her friends, even though we will see a couple of them in Rome in a week. Finally we succeeded in navigating ourselves onto the main streets from which we had strayed. It was time for gelato!
Hannah had researched ...
... pictures - it turned out great. Now we just need to figure out a way to ship it home so I don't end up hand carrying the mask across Asia and Australia.
After lunch, we visited a Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition with real working models of his mechanical drawings. He was a great engineer - ball bearings, pulleys, gears, etc. He imagined pretty much all of the mechanisms that wouldn't be used broadly until the industrial age. Everything was converted ...
... a leather wallet for Mom there too.
LUNCH ON THE CANAL
We found an extremely charming spot to have lunch. We sat outside on the canal near Ponte dei Greci at Ristorante alla conchiglia The waiters were so nice and friendly, the food was good (especially the bruschette with tomato and the gnocchi alla veneziana). Watching the boats float by within almost arms-length past our table was a bonus.