B & B Al Saor
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... just be being nice to each other or saying hello.
Long day to get to Venezia (Venice) despite it only being a two hour trip we got there at dusk.
Rain all morning in Venice - I piked on the group tour and walked the back streets in the rain and got lost.
Just drying out socks now.
I Liked Venice but time to move on.
Today is our last day of cycling and we only have about 25km of travel on the bikes left to do. From Chioggia the boat takes us to the end of the long island that forms the outer limits of the Venice lagoon. We then cycle along towards the Lido and halfway we take a vehicular ferry across the 200 metre gap to the Lido.Once we arrived at the Lido we biked past all the beautiful people at the Venice film festival. We ...
... the museum of glass on the island. We were pretty disappointed in the tiny museum, and felt it was a waste of money. Oh well, lesson learned the hard way. We were still enjoying our time and were blown away by the island's beauty. It felt more "Venice" to us with its intertwining canals and numerous bridges. It was very tranquil and unbelievably beautiful. We enjoyed a drink and appetizers at a little restaurant by the water, which ended up being one of our favorite ...
... was an interesting afternoon.
We caught the vaporetto back to where we had started from and it went right around the north side of the island and down the west side so we saw parts that we hadn't seen before.
For dinner we went to a restaurant just across from the hotel. We had been there for lunch and Anita reckoned that the guy running it was like Bobo from the TV show Fat Pizza. He was very grumpy at lunch time but loosened up a bit at dinner ...
... into the water, surely claimed a few drunken people over the years? I love how you can follow one alley and end up in a large square or a shopping street and then on the way back miss everything completely.
In a restaurant voted highly by TripAdvisor, I discovered Chianti. I'm no wine connoisseur but I feel like I have missed out on too many years of potential Chianti drinking already. This has ...