Hotel San Moise
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... and booked a massage package for the week.
We tried to book a tour for tomorrow whilst in Bari Italy but they were sold out. After an eventful day it was time for bed...except our Italian neighbour's in the room next door were drunk, sounded like 100ppl in their room and forgot the adjoining door between our rooms was locked (thankfully) as they attempted to break into our room. This cruise hasn't been a great start. Fingers crossed tomorrow is a better day.
... has a boat dock in front of it. This palace
also has a quiet garden that we enjoyed. Our museum pass also provided entrance
to this very beautiful building on the Grand Canal.
Exhausted from art exposure we walked back to the hotel, rested and then found another
street restaurant for dinner. So far, we have found the food in Venice mediocre and greatly overpriced. That’s what happens with 17 million tourists per year.
... a stop in Lyon!
The wine was going down so nicely and our drinking spot was so perfect, we didn’t want to leave so we shared a pizza which was absolutely delicious. What a great day in Venice, a really enchanting and romantic place – and what better way to continue the romance by catching a bus back to our posh shed at the campsite – don’t you just love travelling on a budget!
... justice, but it was an unforgettable setting for an unforgettable meal. A bottle of Vernazza-made wine, an appetizer of three different preparations of fresh anchovies, two types of pasta, a tiramisu, free glasses of dessert wine, and a beautiful sunset over the Mediterranean, accompanied by an entertaining Italian waiter, and we can definitely say Belforte was a highlight of the trip. Saturday morning we breakfast-hopped through town and picked up pastries, had fresh juice and coffee, ...
... Warsaw houses. There are huge elaborately painted and framed frescos on the ceilings all of them with 18K gold gilding. Tintoretto’s works are all throughout the palace and we decided he probably lived a good life back then as had plenty of work and made the subjects of his paintings look good. We toured the prison next to the Doge palace after crossing the Bridge of Sighs. We decided to head inland for lunch and after a ...