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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... look at. Then we took the water taxi back (was around 40 mins), and then walked to the jewish quarter as there was supposed to be an interesting synagogue there. Unfortunately that was closed, so we walked back to our accommodation. My feet were pretty sore by that time, so it was nice to have a little lie down. Then we went out to dinner at Trattoria tre Spiedi and this was a very good choice.
The bags are all ...
... color to my eye. Small is the key here though, got to get it home in one piece. Bought three large pottery pieces by the most prominent potter in Central Asia home from Kyrgyzstan a decade or so ago in my luggage, protected as best I could, and of three pieces only one made it without a chip. Yes, I could have mailed it but didn't trust the postal service from there to get it home in one piece, so didn't. ...
The noise of people on barges unloading supplies right outside our window woke us up at 5am, which we initially weren't thrilled about, until we peeked through the blinds and saw the most beautiful sunrise over the lagoon - it was amazing! However, after taking photos, we of course retreated back to bed until a more reasonable hour!
We left the hotel at around 8am, and had a lovely walk through the peaceful streets. As we emerged from one small alleyway, we found ...
... you can see delivery guys hauling heavy dollies with goods up and down the stairs of the bridges. They must have muscles like Hercules. This is just their normal day.
There is one church for every little island. We went into one church, Chiesa di S. Cassiano where Guenther got in trouble for taking video. However, these little churches are just beautiful as the big cathedrals, just a little smaller. We meandered around 'getting lost in Venice'. We found ...
After three weeks on the saffron farm it was a mad dash through a whole bunch of Italian cities. Rome, Bologna, Verona and back to Venice . Every city in Italy is different. Every city in Italy is memorable. Venice is magical, Verona is quaint. Bologna is full of gusto and flavors. Rome has been described as "beautiful chaos". Beautiful chaos, I more than agree. It's a sprawling city with more than 2.6 million people, the fourth most ...