B&B Dorsoduro 461
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... the painter Giacomo Favretto. Our rooms were huge, they were decorated using ornate Venetian décor and overlooked the Grand Canal. Just beautiful!
We spent the afternoon wandering around the narrow walkways and alleys on the west side of the Grand Canal. We got lost several times, but eventually found our way back to the hotel by using a water bus. That night we had a wonderful seafood dinner at a restaurant near our hotel.
... for people it is not a good sign. (My children are cringing right now as they know exactly what this means when I hit this point! It is something that I have on my “needs improvement” column for personal patience!).
Putting on a bright and happy face to try to combat the staff we have at our hotel and most of the people around us here we headed for breakfast. For such a lovely hotel we both agreed this was our ...
... t eat it. I told him we feed our prisoners better meals than that. He said he would file a report with the hotel. But, I think that my comments fell on deaf ears. Another traveller seated across from me, one row back also told him that she agreed 100% with me. He stated that there were only the two of us who said anything, to which we replied, well last night more than half the people on this bus were not impressed with the meal. Many left the food on their plates and sough out ...
... Palace and I hadn’t been before, we decided to have a look inside. The 14th century palace is perhaps the most famous symbol of Venice’s culture and was the seat of power and the palace of justice. The Doge was the ruler of Venice. In 726, the people of Venice elected their own Doge, who with his successors would lead the city for over 1000 years.
As you would expect with a palace, it was quite opulent. Many of the ceilings have amazing frescos painted ...
... was a soft and fluffy as a cloud was a god send. The whole atmosphere of the hotel was great!
Dinner didn't disappoint - lets be real, Italy has never disappointed me with its food culture. Spinach and mushroom risotto which I just couldn't get enough of!
The next day we travelled into the mystical town of Venice!
To our horror we woke up to heavy rain. We got news that Venice was flooded. Yes, flooded. Which only happens a handful of times! We soldiered onto the ...