"A casa mia..." Bed and Breakfast - Camere e appartamenti a Venezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... br> It had begun drizzling as we arrived in the jewish area and now it was definitely time to resort to the umbrella and join in the sports of umbrella fencing and jousting as we entered back into the streets of the masses of tourists.
We were back in the square to try and get into the Basilica which had crazy queues the last time we were there. Today it was long, but not as long and moving well so we too join the queue hiding under the 'brollie'.
In we went and ...
Train down to Venice. Leaving Feltre the train followed the valley floor, usually adjacent to the river, and where there was no land to spare, through tunnels. Once out of the mountains, passing farmland, where the predominant crop was corn, corn and corn. The occasional vineyard, some potatoes and in private gardens tomatoes, pumpkin and beans.
At Ferrovia San Lucia, the train terminal ...
... arrived in beautiful Venice!!!
Our water taxi took us to our side of Venice, but we still had to walk a good bit to get to our apartment. Again with the public transportation (water taxi's this time)...we'll figure it out before we leave. After we got settled into our place, which is the roomiest place we've stayed in so far, we headed out to find dinner. We landed a really great pizza place...so great that we didn't mind ...
... they would be. It was really the lights from the shops that lit the way—I would need to get back before everything closed up!
There are a lot less people in St. Mark’s Square at night, probably because all of the cruise ship tourists have departed by this time. It’s still busy. The best part is the music. There are three different restaurants (2 on one side of the square, one on the other) that have small orchestras (maybe 4 pieces) set ...
... The Tritone does provide a shuttle for 5 Euros and the driver will meet you at one of their scheduled times. We should have used it as it would have been less of a hassle, but I had not made a shuttle reservation since their set shuttle times meant waiting around the airport for an extra hour. I'd also read that it would be just as easy to take the airport bus. It wasn't. Arriving at the Marco Polo airport on a ...