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... that are written in Italian, German and English to accommodate for the heavy German population and influence.
When we got to the hotel finally, we could see the beach. It was a beautiful day, much more than we ever expected- it was supposed to be cold and rainy but we lucked out completely. When we got to our hotel, we found a lovely room that we easily were comfortable with. We went on the deck from our room and took pictures before leaving the hotel to go down to ...
... I have a gnocchi. We have desert and the shocker….lemon cello on the house. What a wonderful experience I want to come here again.
We walk home in the sprinkle of mist down the narrow streets of Venice. It is beautiful, romantic, we stop for some artistic photos under a lamp post at a bridge. Who fun life is- this is truly an amazing once in a lifetime experience.
We take the train tomorrow to Florence-
... he wanted to hide his identity when pursuing women not available. The city of Venice is built upon millions of wood pilings which have become petrified stone from being submerged in water for hundreds of years. Brick arches were constructed on top of the wood pilings, upon which the buildings were constructed. The current water problems in Venice is being caused by rising sea water levels, not by sinking structures. Upon arrival at Venice, the bus ...
... a top European must-see city.
Mini history lesson: ...
... speak one word of the language. The navigator helped us 'read' the direction signs and we were able to interpret the numerical information quite easily. In the Germanic countries, France and Italy we had enough language skills to decipher what we needed to do, but it wasn't until we drove in Slovenia that we had to confront the language barrier. We felt more upbeat by the experience about taking on Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic and the idiosyncrasies of their ...