Residenza Grandi Vedute
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lagoon. Apparently, that's where many Venetians keep cars or do a lot of shopping, since there are limited commercialized places on the islands. While traveling through Mestre, Stefono and Franco (the guides for the trip) gave us small history lessons that were actually very interesting to me. They began by speaking of Venice by describing it as a safe haven. It was created after the fall of the Roman Empire, and the lagoon provided a sort of protection from harm and people of ...
... purpose the way I though before our tour. For some reason I believed that every church in Italy was highly religious and due to sincere devotion. One docent told me that this was more the case in Florence and Rome more than in Venice, which was primarily a trade port and more focused on commerce than art or religion.
During our walk we visited the Music History Museum, the toilets (which cost me 1.75 euro to use!) ...
... to the Tenutte di Badia vineyards, where we had lunch and a wine tasting. The winery produces 120,000 bottles of wine per year. It is a family owned operation, and Ana, the wife was lively and bubbly. Her husband's family owned the land, but together they have restored the now beautiful buildings and built their wine and olive oil business. We were told that the grandmother does the cooking. We had some good anti-pasti and rigatoni with red ...
... Canal, a zillion other canals and bridges, and the iconic ...
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We moved south from Lake Bled to Ljubljana. We wanted to sample at least one Slovenian city on our way through. We weren't disappointed – Ljubljana is an attractive city and our visit was made even more enjoyable during dinner when we were serenaded (along with about 100 others) by a trained vocalist singing opera from a small boat travelling along the city waterways.
Ptuj has been identified as one of the most ancient villages in Slovenia. ...