Al Tramonto Dorato
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With our bike ride over, we had only two items on our Saturday agenda -- pack up and mail our bike gear home and move into the Pensione Guerrato in Venice. After packing and breakfast, Karen volunteered to take the box to the post office while Dawna worked on the Treviso blog post. The concierge drew a map from Hotel Alexander, our hotel in Mestre, to the post office, but just as Karen was about to leave, day turned ...
... We have a little bit of time in the lagoon, then head back to the canals as the storm is beckoning and we need our first rest stop. The tour includes rowing lessons and two bar stops. Two hours all up. Grand!
We pull up at our first stop, out of the boat, have a very nice white wine and a plate of antipasto to share. Back to the boat to eat and drink and chat. It is really beautiful as it is around sunset or probably more twilight. It takes forever ...
... the term "ghetto" (loosely translated as foundry) originated. Here also is where the historic Jewish ghetto of Venice is located.
Once logistics are arranged for Tuesday's day trip to Milan, Ron starts back to the apartment to meet up with Diahann and Kaylan. Along the way is the Church of Santa Maria di Nazareth, with its unique marble fašade. Built in the late 1600s at the request of the ...
... I have never seen two people made happier by their accommodations. Of course anything involving a bed, hot water and soap at that point was a virtual pleasure palace.
Our room would not be ready until 2 p.m., so Mike and I left them to their washing up and took a stroll around Venice.
A Beautiful Afternoon
Though still unwashed and tired, the prospect of a hot shower and a good night’s sleep had cheered us, so we ventured off ...
... a nap, we went back out and found the restaurant with the large wine glasses, which was closed when we went yesterday, but it was open this time. However, we were the only people in there, and the kitchen just looked sketchy. We had one glass of wine (in the large glasses) and then went to another restaurant that was recommended in the guidebook. It was okay. We were tired and then just took the Vaporetti back to the hotel and called it a night.