Swiss International Michelangelo
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... of this, we decided to go home. We both are hopeless in
navigating and, naturally walked in the opposite direction and circled around
for 90 minutes before we found our way home and, realising that we will not be
able to find the restaurant where I have asked Erika to marry me, we decided to
pick a restaurant and have a romantic dinner and that is what we did.
... built using traditional methods and cost €60,000 each to purchase (and no it wasn't a gondolier that told us that). Pick a time if you can that's not too busy and have a chat to the gondolier before you hop in. We got a young guy who was very friendly and informative, he explained buildings and landmarks as we passed them and despite him telling us he had a bad voice, he sang to us, a wonderful end to another great visit to ...
... each, glass jewelry everything was sooooo expensive here!! We then had lunch at an Italian restaurant which was delicious we got spag with garlic chili and olive oil! Yummo!! The waiter even gave us free shots of limechello! After lunch we walked to the Rialto bridge which is currently being fixed up so we couldn't take the best picture of Venice :( but we had a look at the markets around the area!! We then caught the water taxi back to the bus stop and we came back to ...
... cool and then we stopped for lunch. I had spaghetti carbonara and loved it. I also really enjoyed using some more of my Italian as a few phrases had started coming back to me. After lunch we did some more walking around and stopped at another cafe to try tiramisu. It was amazing!!!! We then met back up with the group to go on a gondola ride. By this stage it had started raining pretty heavily and the water was very choppy so I decided not to go on the ...
... palace 4. Largest oil painting in the world 5. Prisons were connected to the palace through tunnels (and Bridge of Sighs) 6. Weapons - large collection of swords, shields, knives, guns, gattllng guns, chastity belt, box with bullets We had lunch (just Gary and me since Susan and David slept in!) at a pizzeria trattoria (Bora Born) and split a pizza. Before lunch we did the Bell Tower on the square. We got ...