Antica Locanda Montin
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... act in a different room in the palazzo. With only 35 guests, it was reminiscent of how music was performed to wealthy patrons in the 1800s. Everything was done in period costume and even much of the lighting was by candlelight. Another marvellous experience.
Venice has certainly lived up to my expectations. It has been truly memorable.
Next stop, Vienna!
... Vienna, promising to share! Checking in became a hassle. Our hand luggage was over and our cases under so there we were moving items from one case to another! I have now joined that group of travellers who unpack and repackage in the airport!! All sorted and we are off.
What a great time to reflect on the holiday highs. This is rather an impossible task I had ...
... statue in literally a couple of minutes, which was actually a blessing, as the day was already very hot and in the glass blowing room it was like a furnace ( actually there was 2 furnaces operating!!) Back on the shuttle again... We were given two choices, to go straight back to the ship or get dropped off near St Marks Square to explore on our own. We were wanting to see St Marks Square, The Doges Palace, the Basilica and so on, so off we got. Now, one anecdote I have ...
... It looked to me like this was the finish line, maybe the starting point too, I’m not sure. My favorite was the stack of signs I saw all ready to be strategically placed, “1 bridges to go,” etc.—ha! The park has nice landscaping, a children’s playground, sculptures and statues (one looked kind of like a totem pole but made of granite). It’s also one of the venues for the Biennale Internazionale d’Arte (as far as ...
... along the single laned highway shows that. During our trip we stopped off to have a hot lunch. We both had mineral water, chicken broth with bread, schnitzel and potatoes and finished with a coffee that would launch Armstrong back to the moon. It cost a total of $11.00. And yet, Slovakia is now part of the Eurozone and what we saw explains why. The Slovakians appeared industrious. They weren't sitting around waiting for things to improve or get worse. They appeared to ...