Royal San Marco Hotel
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... with us. I happened to notice that she was brought a piece of flourless chocolate cake that she ended up taking back into the kitchen after poking at, and I cried inside.
After dinner, we walked up and down the strips of shops and went on one of the bridges where we got an amazing view of the major canal. We took pictures until it was too dark and cold, walked around some more, and finally met up with the group to walk back to the boat. It was cold and we were tired, ...
... and goodies. Starting around 4pm as Daniel and I commit to a second round o pizzas and wine the piazza begins to fill with little kids in their costumes. Daniel and I LOVE watching these little Italian kids- realizing they are growing up in Venice the way we grew up in Boulder. The world is such a big beautiful and interesting place. Daniel points out a hilarious little girl who looks to be 3 years old who has pulled down ...
... us all fatter than her). The bus driver also is fantastic. He is helpful, courteous, an excellent driver (I don't know how he is able to maneuver some of these little streets and hairpin turns), keeps the bus clean and takes good care of our luggage. This is certainly a tour company that I would recommend and use again in the future. Enough free advertising for Trafalgar.
To pass the time we hear some facts about ...
... Zara, which is today's Zadar in Croatia (my Zadar blog).
... the day.
We headed north out of Budapest into Slovakia via what is referred to as the 'Danube'Bend'. We got a bit lost because the river folds back on itself. Consequently, we were never too sure of what side of the river we were on! Eventually a ferry ride settled the issue. Head north, now, and we shouldn't see any more water.
We couldn't help but be impressed by Slovakia and what appeared to be the attitude of its people. Slovakia is a poor country. ...