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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... the realism of the figures, the richness of the colours and how the human emotions are portrayed. We go for a walk after this to the Castello Storzesco, a thirteenth century castle still surrounded by a dry moat ( let's put a few rows of grape vines in there) and only two gated entrances. The imposing walls are filled with square holes they are a good feature but must have been a defensive measure. Rain got heavier at this time so no photos. ...
... by the volumes of people rushing about. It really was quite busy.
The Metro moves quickly and before you knew it we were at our stop. From there it was just a short walk to the B&B. We arrived around 4.30pm, we quickly inspected our room, which was nice and clean, and then we ventured out to discover the local streets and get some dinner.
... grand canal. We shared pizza and seafood linguini (because we heard that seafood is a must-try in Venice) and it was so tasty! Way better than the cheap pizza we bought in Rome yesterday. Although the hidden alley ways and bustling canal passages are absolutely amazing to see, we weren't sure if we were actually supposed to head to a specific destination or continue on through our regular route of aggressive street vendors in order to turn around and do it all over again. ...
... and wonderful!
The winery was great as well. In Italy, everyone has their local winery where you just take a glass or plastic container to fill up directly from the tap on the tanks. Then you pay by the liter. The key is to find good wine close to your house so that you can do this whenever you need wine. Until now, we’d either found good wine far away or wine nearby that isn’t as good. "Not as good" is really all relative because we ...
... agonisingly selected pieces. I wont say how much I spent but if any of my nieces and nephews read this, if you see the vase at Gran & Pop's be very careful, you break it, you die. I only hope I can get them back home without breakage.
I spent the rest of the morning walking around Murano, lovely little place with lots of glass shops (surprise, surprise) I stopped for lunch then made my way back to the hotel. I wanted to make sure my purchases were safe. I had a ...