Royal San Marco Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... sure why - but as such I felt a little nonchalant about the place, which doesn't do it justice. We saw the Statue of David, which was such a work of art. Marble statues are so impressive, and the gallery had a room full of them. Besides the statues, the other art was medieval religious paintings, which are far nicer to view in the churches they were taken from. Otherwise I fell they become a little same-same, and the context is lost. For €12, I could get into the Lourve ...
Today I woke up feeling rather sick. I was not getting enough oxygen due to my asthma. I began to read and do other things to pass time. Eventually I began to get better. My dad and I went on a walk to see if I would be able to take a walk. When we got home I began to worry whether I would be able to go on a gondola ride before we left Venice. We would be leaving to Florence, Tuscany tomorrow ...
... Europe and they totally agreed and were way more happy to eat around the corner.
Another day to discover and wander around and buy some souvenirs.
Carmen came across a Pandora store so we spent quite some time in there where she purchased more charms to add to her already fast growing bracelet of charms she was unable to buy when in France. It's looking good.
We won't mention the fact we lost Paul there for awhile........
Once we were back on track we made ...
... 8364;80 per boat for 30 minutes. Afterwards I went for another wander through the streets and Glenys went to the room for a break. We were going out with the group that night for our farewell dinner. The dinner was very pleasant except we were given far too much food. I ended up only sampling a couple of the courses, I could not eat it all. We walked back to the hotel, another barmy evening. Tomorrow our Tuscan D'lish tour ends and we all go to our next destination or back to ...
... with the variety and especially the cheap prices. King prawns were €14, about $17. There was even a four-piece band playing to add to the atmosphere.
Next we headed for St Mark's Square as we had pre-booked our entry for 12:25 to the Basilica in order to skip the queue. Normally the entry is free but they limit the numbers so there can be a bit of a wait, but for €1.50 each we had a booked time. As we walked along from the markets it was ...