Angeles Inn Venice
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After a long drive day we finally made it to our campsite just outside Venice in the late afternoon. Our cabins were pretty small but had everything we needed with the exception of good wifi which was only available in the bar and you had to pay for it. I was told by everyone not to bother as it was pretty slow. That night we had spaghetti for dinner and then a whole bunch of us stayed back and had drinks at the bar. It was really good fun, we played cards ...
... boats, vaporetti (water buses) and water taxis are all common on this bustling stretch of water. We passed the iconic Peggy Guggenheim Collection and Rialto Bridge, a stunning marble crossing designed by one of the most prominent Italian architects of the 16th century – Anthony da Ponte. It was unfortunate that none of the trip was accompanied by commentary to let us know what we were passing. However tomorrow our walking tour may do this.
... only 5,300 people) and situated far into the largest fjord outside of Scandinavia. The town is surrounded by huge cliffs and looks like amazing countryside for hiking. We weren't allowed to take our bikes off on the tender for safety reasons so we have to content ourselves with walking and a hike up the side of the hill on the fortifications. The brochure we picked up on our way up to Castle of St John ...
... br> Catching our vaporetto, we cruised down the canal trying to take in all the amazing architectural variations along the canal! We got off at the Rialto dock so that we could take the 30 minute walk past the fish market and through the labyrinth of cobblestone streets and bridges back to our apartment. Little shops, bistros, restaurants and grocery outlets were everywhere. One of the most interesting shops we came across was a comfy wine shop where ...
... asks Steve, some mining thing at such and such a place. Steve mentions "Ralph" yes, they know Ralph, so these two talk about Ralph and mining and Gladstone. As you do in a restaurant in Venice Italy.
Funny people, two couples from Queensland on a ship tour thing spending three days in Venice.
Another yummy seafood meal and I think we are too full for sweets. Shame.
Back to bed for our last day tomorrow to plan.