Hotel San Giacomo Gourmet & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the hills… somewhere. Help! We’re being busjacked. I’ve heard of plane hijacks, but this must be a first! Nothing we could do except go for ...
... a nice drive and we found free parking which is always a bonus. Walked into the lovely old town, see pictures, then we heard trumpets start, so we headed to the Piazza and drums beat, trumpets sounded from the band and all the men in coloured outfits and flags arrived, we were treated to half an hour of a fantastic spectacle. Went to a ritzy restaurant for lunch, Jenny now has a new recipe for risotto, it was yum so was my steak and potatoes. ...
... side. The tombs are huge 14th century Gothic tombs, built on top of pillars so that people had to look up to them even in death, and they look slightly out of place in the middle of the city. It gives a very good impression of the lifestyle of the wealthy! We visited a number of churches (there are huge ones on just about every street corner!), including the Church of St Anastasia (lovely red marble pillars, and a very old fresco by ...
We took the flight from Amsterdam to Venice at 7:30AM. Then we took a bus to the train station called "Venezia Mestre" from the airport. We were so hungry, so we went in the restaurant just front of the train station. Our first Italian cuisine!!! I had "Spaghetti Bongole" and some seafood. It was ...
... an archway to the Piazza del Erbe (1301), once the Roman forum. A brass band all dressed up in traditional garb marched in to here and continued entertaining the crowd. At one end of the piazza is the della Scala palace also built in 1301 and capped with six statues of pagan gods. Lots of restaurants here and very busy. Also went and looked at the family graveyard of the powerful della Scala family with its impressive tombs from the 14thC. Could clearly see the ladder on their coat ...