Hotel San Gallo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... had just sent another group in for their tour. We didn't mind at all. We were sitting in the warm sunshine looking out over the Adriatic Sea and back onto Venice. It was beautiful.
Inside, we were seated for the demonstration. The master glass blower was working on a fish. He was adding fins and final touches as we got there. His apprentice was his cousin. Our guides explained that glass blowing is a family tradition and an apprenticeship. The sons come into ...
... and we had left our brollies with our bags as the weather forecast had been good. Bad idea! Nearly two hours later it was pitch black, we were soaked to the skin, it was below zero and we were yet to find the train station...patience was wearing thin. Then it started to snow ..... After multiple questions were asked of stall and shop owners, we found our way. Thankfully, we made and had a short wait to get to the hotel. Where it was a ...
Greetings from Austria! As I write we are travelling through the beautiful mountains between Austria & Italy. They are covered with fir trees and quaint Austrian farmhouses. We have a very long drive today from Vienna, Austria to Venice, Italy - about 6 hours, so plenty of time for looking at amazing scenery, some catching up on sleep and writing! This is Day 6 of our 14 night coach tour - so, rather than give a long detailed description of each place we've been, I'll try to ...
... s Ark and the Great Flood, the Last Supper, Crucifixion, and the Day of Pentecost. The entryway to the Basilica shows scenes of the Apocalypse and walks backward in time as you delve more into the Basilica. I was certain that I was missing something. I am very nosey, and I don’t like to miss anything…especially in museums. Jason and the general flow of traffic pushed me through my religious experience. It was ...
We had signed up for a tour of the Prosecco region, about 90 minutes northwest of Venice, which is where the Italian version of champagne is made from the local grapes. It's a very big business, and it's beautiful country with rows of vines lining the hills and surrounding the small towns and villages. There were six of us on the tour led by Miriam, our guide and driver. She, too, proved to be very ...