- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Concierge desk
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... one way systems, Vience had canals and gondolas. Vience origins date back to the fifth century when Barbarians invaded the area and forced the Vento inhabitants to seek refuge on the lagoons island. The Ventos grew their town into a super power of the Mediterranean. With no cars anyone arriving or departing the island congregates in the one spot on the end of the bridge from the mainland. It's the summer season here and it the area ...
... viewing room. Some drinks and some smooth talking followed, but we managed to get out without parting with any turkish lira. Back to the ship and a late lunch and later we enjoyed some cocktails on our balconies as the ship moved out from the dock.
Next morning we sailed into Dubrovnik in Croatia, we took a bus to the old walled city and enjoyed a walk around the walls. The city was packed with people but Mike spied a cafe far below us, ...
Thursday, May 9th 2013
Today, our day was divided in three parts:
1- Swimming in the Adriatic Sea, on the Lido Beach.
2- Visiting Murano Island, reknown for its glass-making.
3- Playing in an awesome park for the kids (and the grown-ups).
For lack of time, although it was a good night, this is all I submit.
After a tour of Venice's back alleys and the help of a kind local, we managed to find our way to Fondamenta Nuove for the ferry ride to Burano; where the locals sat in the middle of the ferry reading the paper or gossiping and the tourists happily snapped pictures by the windows.
Burano itself is a lovely fishing village, also famous for its lace. The handmade lace put the prices up to 900 EUR for a shirt! The glass ...
... has been handed down through families since the 14th century. By then, this type of glass was so popular that the glassblowers were allowed to wear swords, enjoyed immunity from prosecution by the Venetian state and found their
daughters married into Venice’s most affluent families. While benefiting
from certain privileges, glassmakers were forbidden to leave
the Venuto. However, many of them took the risks associated with ...