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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... reach the island of Murano. This island is famous for its glass and there are glass works everywhere. We wander the streets and canals admiring all the beautiful glass objects. They range from jewellery to statues; lampshades to glasses. Almost anything you can think of and they make it in glass. Some of the plates and bowls are amazing. And everything is done in their own particular style, since each glass factory has their own artists designing and producing. We ...
... foot or by boat. It is very interesting..and everything is so old. I barely have the words for this old city.. it something that needs to be seen.
Anyway we took the tour of St. Marks Basilica with an English tour guide and it was very interesting to learn about the history instead of just walking around alone. We also went to the top of the bell tower which was very cool for the views were outstanding. OH i forgot to mention.. when you visit any sort of church ...
... shop and was able to buy some if the glass. After that we took a tour of Venice by a licensed your guide. You do have to be licensed guide here. Then we had some free time for lunch and to shop. The stores are beautiful and amazing. There was everything everywhere you looked. After that we went in Dogi palace and had some time on our own ...
... scan was something else, we stood in line as they let people in one by one. It was like watching paint dry, absolutely no enthusiasm in their work or any urgency whatsoever. I reckon I could've almost added another role on my CV: 'Baggage Security Customer Services Liaison Officer'. Too many roles to fulfill, not enough time. So waiting at another airport, not my favourite past time, especially when the shops are all Prada, Bvlgari, ...
... in full bloom. I loved it.. We then travelled to a winery where we learned how they made their wine and watched how they did it. We then tasted their liqueurs - tasted carob (yucky ooohhh still traumatised), lemon (yummy), peach (ok) and fig (delish). Then we tasted some red and white wine together with some bread, olive oil and cheese (lovely tart crumbly). This was about 11.30 by now and I had the start of a headache (it was boiling hot and humid). I have bought two hats (my ...