- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I spent the first part of this morning in Murano. A Glass shop just down from hotel had display on millefiori on how it is made -I was impressed as I didn't know - lots of ideas went buzzing through my mind!! It was wet and foggy - had the umbrella just in case. On my walk to the Glass Museum I called into the Church of Santa Maria e San Donato - known for its 12 century mosaic floor. Restoration work was occurring in a small segment of the flooring - 2 people were chiselling ...
... dead bodies that could easily emerge from the soil any day. I left quickly, almost scaring myself out of that situation.
That evening I hopped on the main taxi line to ride through the Grand Canal as the sun went down over the city. Shops closed themselves up and tourists scrambled into conveniently located restaurants that promised great views and food, clearing up space on the sidewalks and the boats for me to whip out my DSLR ...
... shops selling glass for company (nowhere near the concentration of cafes and general shops seen on the main island) Also, amazingly unpopulated by the few residents, invisible workers and tourists (so shades of Portmerion and The Prisoner!) One of the few restaurants had lasagne so it had to be tried and they’d added a layer of peas which put it up to 9.8 on the scale (Liz ...
... swimming off the rocks and made a beeline for it. We found it and Ross and I enjoyed a drink while the boys jumped off the rocks, being egged on by the tourists high up on the wall yelling at them to jump, and Jenna swam and sunbathed. Very lovely, gazing out over the Adriatic Sea. We made our way back to the ship at the allotted time and resumed our position on the balcony and later enjoyed out last dinner before sailing back into ...
Today we decided it was time to leave the intimate islands of Venice and head for the islands of Murano and Burano. We took the Alilaguna Red line water bus to the islands and decided to spend the day strolling at our leisure.
Murano was Emme's and Mia's favourite, though the island did not look too flash the girls loved watching the glass blowing, we went from one glass blowing to the next intrigued and in ...