We flew to Venice, walked around and met a guy that took us to the apartment. it was big and cool and pretty but it was not clean! Then we get settled in, unpacked and walked around more. Found a grocery store and bought breakfast. That night at dinner, I got boghnase pasta. Did you know Italy is famous for it’s pasta and pizza?
The next day, we walked around the city, saw a couple famous banks and hotels. We walked through in an old castle. We saw every room , even the dungeon. that you felt like you were being watched in. We also saw where the prisoner’s heads got chopped off. Then we went and got gelato. It was so good! I had one flavored Terimisoo! It was a fund day!
We then took a taxi (which in Venice is a boat) to a fancy fancy fancy hotel. That afternoon, we swam in a freezing pool and saved a lady bug from drowning. We set a record for how long she stayed with me. I named her Jessie. She was cute, friendly and gentle. Then we went out to dinner. It was awesome.
We walked through Venice one last time on our last day there and after lunch, last but not least, walked over a real old wooden bridge. We didn’t do too much else because it was pouring down rain.
In the Dolomites, we stayed at a hotel called La Perla. It did not have a pool but it was wait for it, wait for it… a Leading Hotel of the World. The dinner, oh my gosh, was so good. It was four courses, and they were awsom! Before dinner, I wrote a note to the staff. it said- Best hotel ever. If we did not come here, my shirt, pant, and head would fall off, and my brain would pop out. When we got back to dinner, the hotel had written back, thanking me for my note and had left some extra desserts in the room. It was a great hotel.
Italy is famous for it, and they are good to eat everywhere.
The road is very windy and it can make you sick if you get carsick.
Many River cruises start or end in Basel, Switzerland. With Switzerland’s vast train network and multiple luxury properties, it is easy to spend a few days in the mountains before or after any cruise. Such an amazing compact country, and so easy to get from place to place, it’s a shame more people don’t spend at least a few extra days here when in the region.
Taking a tour with a small group provides the opportunity to experience the sites of Switzerlnad with other like-minded travelers on popular pre-designed itineraries. Let the tour companies organize the logistics, so you can “sit back, and enjoy the ride” Visit the top attractions during the best times and let someone else take care of planning all of the detials.