"A casa mia..." Bed and Breakfast - Camere e appartamenti a Venezia
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the main canals called Cafe Saraceno. Bonnie had Salad, Miah and I each had a different kind of Spaghetti, Carlos had Spinash Ravioli, while Tom and Manu had Calamari. Lunch was great and it was decided that now was a good time to head back to Lazise, because Venice was very crowded and we were worn out from the sun. The boat trip back to the parking garage was only 20 minutes and the drive to ...
... and water buses. In the water taxi there are couches and they are very comfortable. You can also travel in a gondola. We went on a gondola and it wasn't very pleasant because it smelled when we were going through the little canals.
Another island near Venice called Murano is famous for its beautiful coloured glass which is made into all sorts of ...
... the blower burst the glass, scaring the life out of us! LOL).
So David and I had the day to ourselves, just wandering around the back lane ways, getting ourselves a bit lost in the process; a great thing to do in Venice. We were very tired by lunch time so stopped for a long break, unfortunately this meant I had to a order a 2ND Aperol Spritzer drink to drag out our time and enjoy some more people watching....oh what a shame! Haha. Oh I love ...
... of 6 in our gondola (usually costing €120), we went through some canals to the grand canal, near the Rialto bridge and back. It was really amazing. After a few of us went for lunch at a restaurant just off the main sqaure, I had tortellini creamy pasta which was good. After we left the others and walked through Venice, purposefully getting lost. We eventually made it back to the main square after we found some ...
... was the only building in Venice entitled to the name palazzo (the others were merely called Ca’ short for Casa). The power of Republic is ever present in the large and historical painting, which embellish the walls and ceilings of the splendid halls and cambers The ornate (to say the least) rooms are testament to the glory of the Venetian Republic, and the designed to impress and awe the visiting ambassadors and dignitaries. The use of frescos, paintings, golden ceilings, ...