Bed and Breakfast A Le Boteghe
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... my passport dates. Seems I have renewed my passport since my last trip.
The room was exactly as we remembered it. There waiting on the little table, neatly laid with crisp white linen tablecloth, and serviiettes , a fruit crema pastry on a plate with cake forks.
The same stunningly beautiful Murano glass chandelier still adorned the room. The same four poster bed and marble bathroom. We drew back the curtains, admired the views ...
... and had wine overlooking the Grand Canal watching all of the Gondolas, Vaporetto's and water taxis pass by. We went to see the Doge Palace and the Bridge of Sighs.
We walked for hours and headed back to the hotel where we could hear the water lapping against the hotel below our window every time a boat went past.
Loved every minute and can't wait to come back some time just the two of ...
... of a person, as you would carry a baby, we'll it is just not right. The owners just walk them into any store they want to. All a bit much.
Coming into Venice, it hit me that most of my childhood life was centred around movies. I have seen every James Bond movie which gave me a good education on overseas countries. I am now realising the dream of seeing where these films were made. Certainly bond visited every casino, but the 3 I have tried to go into ...
... can't help the **** weather.
We are staying in a cute little house tucked away behind the shops and restaurants so we could not have asked for a more convenient spot.
Travelling days are very disjointed at times so we hadn't had any lunch or dinner apart from a baguette and croissant we bought before leaving Nice so....the girls noticed a Gelato shop and made a bee line for that. We had decided we would just head off to bed but all the restaurants were just closing ...
... because we have a lot of that type of stuff planned for our time in Rome (and Pompeii), but we did go inside Saint Mark's Basilica which was pretty neat. The architecture is really intricate and beautiful.
While on our cruise we will be visiting Dubrovnik - Croatia, Ephesus - Turkey, Santorini - Greece, and Katakolon (Olympia) - Greece. I'll update about our excursions and time on the ship once we arrive in Florence on the 14th or 15th.