Ca' della Corte
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- Babysitting service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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"I wasn't really looking forward to Venice, compared to all of the other places we visited, but I'm very glad we came. The views and scenery throughout Italy have been incredible, but nothing really prepared me for Venice. I had a completely different picture in my head, and it was just an incredible experience to keep running into canals, bridges, dead ends, random ...
Woke up to rain yet again. This put a damper on us doing the cog train before we leave Wolfgangsee. We all meet for breakfast at 7.30 and the one soft boiled egg. The boys get the car and we pack and get under way to Venice. It is wet and cold. Temperature is between 6 - 7 d degrees. Steve is the dedicated driver for today. The drive through the country side in the Austrian Alps is breathtaking. The country side changes as we pass into Italy. We stop for coffee were three of us end up ...
... assortment of food and other goods can be acquired very cheaply. We purchased some local Madeira wine and wandered through the marketplace. On the way back to the ship we passed the local airport where the runway begins and ends at the ocean. That would be a very scary landing. Madeira is a beautiful island, and we were fortunate to see parts of it that most cruise travelers miss.
Friday, April 3, 2014
Today we docked in Civitavecchia, a port ...
... to sample the world famous Bellini cocktail. We also saw how masks are very important in Venice because of the festivals where masks are used. We also got to take some pics down at the water's edge on this chilly, but tolerable November day.
We must have walked over more than 50 bridges in Venice, This city is so cool because you can just simply walk everywhere and if you follow the canal you can always find your way. It's such a ...
... lights as we reach the exit.
We head back to the waters edge looking for a place to sit and drink beer, but the closest is the 15 euro Corona place. That is so silly. Who pays for that? Does anyone?
We don't get to the Dumo but we do find our church open. Its free to enter, its magnificent with the stained glass, frecos and all. San Zaccaria, or St Zacharias, the father of John the Baptist. Saint Zacharias is supposed to be buried in ...