Hotel San Gallo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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I asked Rex as we walked back to the ship tonight what his highlight of the day was, and he said "too many to recount"! It was almost like that – so many wonderful, amazing, incredible, breath-taking sights that at times it felt surreal. I lost count of my 'pinch-me' moments!
Although we’ve been to Venice 15 years ago and thoroughly enjoyed it, we were part of a package tour then, so were herded around and ...
We disembarked from the cruise ship on Sunday, took the train back to Rome where we stayed the night then got the express train to Venice. This train reaches speeds of 250kms an hour which is really surprising as it doesn't feel anything like this. It only took four hours to get here. Another stressful time for JK trying to get boat tickets to where our hotel was situated but he did it and after a couple of minor hiccups we managed ...
... 55 mins . The highlight was an Asian woman in a bright yellow skirt, which had pleats/tucks on both sides. Wasn’t sure whether she was feeling that Italian food was going to fattener her and so she could let out a pleat a day, or, that she loved the skirt so much and there was only one large size left so she had to put in some tucks.
Day 3, Monday, we explored the Correr museum at one end of St ...
... that run
every few minutes and go just about everywhere. We are heading to the fabulous Piazza San Marco(#2)about
seven stops from where we begin to use our 12-hour pass. This square has several important sites
to see including the Basilica(lines are way too long), the Campanile San Marco
(steps are way to much for us) and the Palazzo Ducale with its famous Bridge of
Sighs. Since we got delayed on the
vaporetti we missed our ...
... around 7.30-ish he had two tables he was attending to. I have no idea where his Jnr Waiter was as I hardly saw him all night but I can tell you that Slavic was doing practically everything and by the time we left, three other tables had a arrived.
6 degrees and all that
It’s strange how you can have something in common with a person who lives thousands of miles from you but there we were, sitting on a table for two and along ...