Hotel Principe Palace
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... went into the courtyard to have some lunch. When we were eating we saw a little Venetian school group who had just been to the museum as well, it was amazing to see how differently they interact and speak with one another. After this we continued onto another museum, the museum of perfume and costumes in which took place in another grand palace from the 13th centuries. While trying to find this place we came across the best of the best gelati, it was ...
... canals, bridges and the famous Venetian architecture that we had only experienced in Las Vegas up to this point. Mouths agape with wonder, we trudged with our heavy backpacks to our little San Geremia Hotel.
We immediately set out to explore the tiny winding streets and canals and lost ourselves in the beauty of the place. The weather was perfect and the sun was shining very brightly. I cannot imagine coming here during the summer, as the ...
... 160; Back to the apartment and my ever resourceful girl suggests we grab some fresh lemon slushies to add to the vodka we had bought duty free. ($13.50 euro for 1 litre Smirnoff. Smokes still $35 a carton.) Gabrielle insisted we not pay for the slushies. Then we headed out on the town. We sat with the local gondoliers in the nearby square and had a great night. The next day we explored ...
... dollars for even a tiny piece. That was one of my complaints about Venice. It was like adult Disney Land but I had no money to spend in the designer stores or on pieces of art and I don't sit and drink in restaurants. After the island tour we went to Venice and walked around some more and had a nice lunch before the crowds found us again. We couldn't take it and went back to our beautiful island of Lido. It was so hot out that mom went to the hotel room for ...
... it on their way to judgment. Kate really wanted to purchase a Venetian mask, so somehow we managed to find our way to Rialto Bridge, where there were several mask shops among others. She was so pleased with herself that she proposed that we skip catching the vaporetto, which is the water bus, and attempt to make our way back to the bus rendezvous point on foot. Now usually I'm up for a challenge, but to describe the layout of Venice streets as a maze ...