Ca' Barba B&B
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... Regardless, we did make it to the apt. We were only a little late (in part because our train was late). We bought another Rick Steves book for Venice to help with our sightseeing so we set out that evening to get started. One of his self guided tours was actually along the Grand Canal. He has you take a specific vaporetto and tells about the sites along the way. We decided to do his audio guide for this one which was a good idea. The tour started at the train ...
... in the freshest of seafood! Delicious! We then did a little exploring of the canals and streets before heading back to the resort for a rest before dinner. The kids and myself took this time to explore the Island, finding the pool, tennis court, golf course, lookout and other little hidden treasures and stunning views! For dinner, The parents had a convention dinner, So I took the kids to the Restaurant of ...
... Grand Canal without getting too lost. When they reach the Rialto Bridge the weather is already looking a little bit like rain so they scurry around trying to find a reasonably priced boat ride.
The gondolas and private water taxis are all far too expensive at up to 100 euro, so they settle for Venice's version of a metro rail--the water ferries which are big boats that follow prescribed routes and ...
... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">I got a 5-minute explanation of the boats, paddles, stances, techniques, and then it was my turn to practice. After adjusting my stance and seeing me paddle a few times while we were tied off, the instructor declared me ready and off we went. We rowed down a side canal and out into the lagoon where we could see Murano and some other islands. My balance was tested every ...
It seems that every place in Europe has their own Venice - 'Little Venice', 'Venice of the North', or something along those lines. I can think of areas called that in the Alsace region of France, and cities I've been to like Copenhagen, Bruges, and Manchester have been compared to Venice as well....Manchester, really? I think anyplace that has more than one canal gets this comparison, but I finally got to see the real thing.
As the title of the blog indicates, Venice is one of ...