Ca' Barba B&B
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... one, and proceeded to enjoy a 45 minute unplanned tour that including the four massive luxury ships anchored in the cruise ship dock.
We eventually made it to our sweet Pensione, settled in, and found a fun "tapas" place for dinner, Osteria ai Storti, not far from our Pensione. Here are photos from the day: rain, travel, tourists, Venice, umbrellas, rain, food. Enjoy! (Our next blog post will be 'Venezia in the ...
We didn't know what to expect today after Milan was such a disappointment. We woke up and had a wonderful breakfast prepared by Luisa. We started with a bowl of fresh chopped up fruit and fresh juice and cold water. We had the yummiest baby croissants! She’s very hospitable and lovely. €50 later, we had a 36 hour public transport pass that lets us catch as many buses and boats we desire. We caught the bus outside Luisa’s apartment to Venice and the minute Mum ...
... priced shops so we stopped for lunch at a little stand with tables. Mel had a hotdog and I a hamburger, the single serving bottle of Sprite we shared cost €4. Are you kidding me?? Afterwards, we discovered the main street and a lot more shops. We bought a few things and headed back to Venice. After arriving at Piazzale Roma, we transferred to the vaporetto, which would take us to San Giorgio Maggiore, which is on an island across from San Marco where ...
... these experiences now, but when I'm 50, I think that I want to have all the normal things that 50 year olds have. And probably by then I wouldn't have to slum it in hostels either :P
To wrap up the day, Amran showed us youtube videos of Carnevale 2013 and it actually started to make me excited for tomorrow! I'm really looking forward to seeing what people come dressed in. If last year's is anything to go by- and I know ...
... mean that you have to be out and about quite early to make the most of the day before evening falls. As we found out today it is good to get out early to avoid the queues. If this is the low season I would hate to see what Piazza San Marco looks like when it's busy.
Got to St Marks before 9 this morning, and there were a few people out in the early sunshine. Went in to the Doges Palace which is interesting and contains many artworks, and by the time ...