Al Tramonto Dorato
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... now. White girl Monday every day baby Arriving around lunch time in Venice gave us about half the day to work with so we explored the area after arriving, working our way around the bridges and canals. What I think people underestimate about Venice, or at least I did, was how developed the city scape is regardless to being built on water. They have large water boat cranes, as well as dump trucks and we also witnessed cement makers being ...
... which clearly was the reason for our Taxi not turning up on time. We were under cover but it was very breezey and all we wanted to do was get on board.
After waiting for over an hour it finally arrived and then took over an hour to get to our stop - San Zaccaria.
At least we got to chat to a lovely young Aussie who had been working as a Nanny in 'Antibes' for 5 months.
Fortunately by now the wind had died down and the rain had stopped so we followed the ...
After ship, plane and car we arrived to Giovanna and Carmela's home. We were met by Angelina, Giuseppe, Roseanne, Maurizio, Carmelo and Giovanna. It was very lovely to have such a warm welcoming committee to the airport.
Giovanna insisted that we have her bedroom and she had put white silk sheets on the bed and a white bedspread. I felt like the virgin bride and her effort to make ...
Took 2hours on the train and a further 4hours on a bus to get to Venice, Arrived at the pick up point to get in the camp transport so we could check in. However the van driver would not let us and 3 aussie girls on because we didnt have a ticket. a ticket that we have to get from reception at the campsite we have not been to yet.... He didnt speak much english and even though he had spare seats we weren't aloud in the van and had to walk for an hour along ...
... opposite side of the canal.
Soon after disembarking at Giardini, we found a small playground for a short stop, before heading north along Viale Guiseppe Garibaldi, and then west on via Garibaldi to the Riva dei Sette Martiri. This part of Castello has a very different feel to the Dorsoduro sestiere we've mainly been exploring until now - parks, green space, and wider main streets. The Arsenale and the navy obviously have a big influence - there are many statues that seem to ...