Ca' Bragadin Carabba
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... from one end of the ferry terminal to the other, in a bid to catch the 4.1 ferry to our apartment.
The first sight of Venice was just as you imagine from postcards and movies. We met our "new friend" David who led us over the many bridges and alleyways through town to an apartment down one of the side streets. Immediately falling in love with Venice and the apartment we tried to get a second night. Unfortunately the apartment ...
We arrived in Marghera, on the mainland near Venice. We decided to try out "Camping Village Jolly" instead of "Camping Fusina" where we had stayed last time because it was both cheaper and closer to Venice. It was a huge site with lots of little bungalows and buildings of various sizes that could be rented, a pool and even a large restaurant and bar. We were off to one side of the campsite in an area with very few people which was nice. We had a snack in camp and then headed off ...
... items - an almond croissant and a grilled tomato.
After breakfast, we waited in one of the public areas to be cleared for disembarkation. Once outside, we retrieved our luggage from the terminal and found a taxi to take us to the Hilton Garden Inn in Maestro. I really liked staying here as it didn't involve rolling our luggage all over ...
... one euro until finally in the center of saint marco they are 15 or so. There aren't many pigeons in the marco square anymore, only a few. Apparently they fed them contraceptives to prevent them breeding. Denise and i just walked around from 9 am until 8.30 pm really. Not with any real destination. We saw lots of churches we discovered. The only thing we set out to see was the Main church and palace in near the square. I have already forgot ...
... pan selle or something, which was like some type of biscuity type one. It was so delicious and only 4 euro. We pulled out our map and realised we had come ridiculously far. We headed back to a place where we saw cheap individual pizzas which Eddy was going to have for dinner but it was closed by the time we got there. So, we headed back to the hotel and had the last of the German sandwiches and a bread roll each, which we had left over from Germany as well.