Alloggi Santa Sofia
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So-so rooms as expected. The first receptionist (old woman) was nice even though we didn't share a language beyond a few words. The second one was already threatening us with a police for asking a question about their out of the blue changed pricing policy. Not so great bathroom.
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... time, but the city seemed to be in this almost perpetual sunset. The old stones and sky resonated with these beautiful sandstone and sky red colours. This time it got darker quicker, and the place seemed more grey. It was quite nice still. Particularly the Vatican, but I doubt St Peter's Basilica could ever look bad. The Vatican was amazingly empty this time around too - definitely worth waiting a week or two later in the year to visit it, and definitely plan to go on any day ...
... fresh. Ryan enjoyed the creamy pesto and I the extremely spicy arriabiata. We ate the in the narrow alley and then made our way back to our apartment stopping again for gelato and a bottle of red wine. Ryan wanted to know if I was cool with going back to the apartment and I said of course as I thought it was at least 8 pm...No it was 6 pm but I was ready to call it a night! We sat in our apartment sipping merlot while listening to the karaoke stylings of the italians at the bar ...
... Venice in the evening is just incredible, the entire place has a completely different feel. I wish we had spent another day just so we could explore Burano, another island which has pretty pastel coloured houses.
On the morning of check out, we took the public water taxi to the train station and boarded the train to Roma. It was extremely easy to use the water taxi and many tourists were on their doing the exact same thing as we were.
... half the world was on that canal.
- Visiting out-of-the way Torcello (a little island about an hour away on the vaporetto) and Lido (a 20 km sand dune with 20,000 residents and very up-market holiday offerings)
- Going up the bell tower in Church of San Giorgio Maggiore to catch a bird's eye view of the sunset. Would never have found it without you, Jane and Chris..thank you.
- Having a Bellini at Harry's ...
... br> Other than the gondola ride we had a quiet day having a last look around, with a final Italian pizza and gelato.
We then had to get a bus to the airport, which was just over an hour away. Unfortunately we found out that Ryanair being the budget airline they are, fly into and out of remote smaller airports. So our cheap tickets to Paris ended up being ...