Antica Locanda Sturion
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... Here are a few of my thoughts as I write this. I do however know, if you asked me tomorrow, the list would change.
- The alpine air and magnificent vistas will bring me back to Austria
- Mondsee and the Sound of Music Tour.
- The opportunity to share the joy of cruising with my sisters.
- Food, glorious food everywhere we ...
Caught a bus into the city of Venice. It is all on water and has many tiny and big canals that many people use for transport. There were no roads. It was quite beautiful to look at and I had a great slice of pizza but I did not like the city very much. We could not sit down anywhere unless you are buying something and it was mega busy. It was EU3 just for the ...
... previously is that wherever we go, we " seem to be swimming against the tide" always going the opposite way to everyone else and of course today was no exception... I think being quite late in the day (after 5 30pm) a lot of the other tourists were heading home or going back to their ships, which actually (hooray) worked in our favour. St Marks Square was still busy but nowhere near as crazy as it is usually supposed to be during the day. Once we had explored the square ...
... tell, this is a collection of art/culture related programs and exhibits), which began in August and runs through mid-November. From the gardens, I walked back along Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, the “heart of working-class Castello,” and over to the front of the Arsenale (dockyard with an impressive 15<sup>th</sup> century castle-like wall and archway at its entrance) and past the church of San Martino. The church has one of the now-rare ...
... on with it - whatever 'it' is. Anyway, we spent the night in Banska Bystrica. We had time in the afternoon to work through the city centre and had dinner in its enormous and attractive public square. Again, we ate well. A beer for me to start and a tonic water for Gaby. We both had a glass of house wine with our meals; we had mixed meats with vegetables on the side and bread. We shared a dessert. Again only $14.00, remembering also that we were eating in a premier ...