B & B Livia Oliva
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... fries with tiramisu cake for dessert. After
dinner several students went swimming in the Adriatic sea while we walked along
the beach. The rest of the evening was
Karoke entertainment by our students and another group of college students from
England on spring break.
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... 8364;2 extra for it and it filled us up for dinner. At about 7.30 they were getting ready to serve real dinner and so we left and walked towards the bus station. We found a restaurant to have dessert and ordered a tartufo - ice cream with a chocolate centre coated in crunchy pieces and tiramisu. We also got a limoncello which is served straight, very cold in a glass, it was quite nice. We walked back to the bus station and went ...
... Spectacular, superb, out of this world! The minute you get off the train and exit the stations doors it's there, almost shoved in your face! Every image known to you previously, all staring you in your face, gondola's, masks, beautiful glass! It is the most surreal place we've visited, and I think the most beautiful! There is a glow about Venice that touches you - it is in every corner, every ...
... than Venice. The scenery is just simply ridiculous. It really felt like a movie set, or like we had travelled in time. Every nook and cranny is just perfectly ancient. After fantasizing about moving here for a bit we grabbed a quick lunch and a few local Italian beers and were on our way to the next Island. Burano... The early front runner for most memorable experiences on the trip for both Tan and I. All travel books make it sound okay, and it is a bit of a hike to ...
... but we never ran into them again.
All four of us fell in love with our one bedroom suite with rooftop deck at Hotel Campiello (room M), just a short stroll from Piazza San Marco (turn at the restaurant with the pink table cloths). If we stood on the picnic table on our deck, we could even get a tiny glimpse of the Grand Canal.
San Zaccaria church is just a few steps from Hotel Campiello, so we paid a short ...