Ca' Priuli Dolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We got up nice and early at 7am, which is actually a lie-in for us on a train day. Our train was at 8.12 and we got to Venice at 2pm. The train journey was bearable until the air conditioning stopped working. Felt like we were in an oven. Never felt so relieved to get off a train, it was refreshing stepping into a nice cool temperature of 35 degrees. Carrying our bags in the heat was lovely. We arrived at our hostel, which is in the centre of the student town. The owner was a bit ...
... peaceful. Ezra Pound is buried there - I found the section he is buried in, but couldn't locate his grave amongst the stone markers strewn about haphazardly, some broken and covered in vegetation. Back I went on the next vaporetto, my destination the island of Burano about 30-40 minutes away. Burano is know for its lacemaking, as well as its vibrantly painted homes. I myself am not interested in lacemaking (I've been to demonstrations in several countries ...
... from the word foundry because the island originally was some sort of a foundry. When you get off the main street, it is quite quiet and beautiful.
Before dinner, our whole group had a cocktail in the hotel bar, then 6 of us walked to dinner to the Anice Stellato. That was a bit of an adventure because it was dark and we were on back streets and alleys, but we finally found it and had a very enjoyable evening. ...
... the sheer amount of tourists packed into the area. We spent the afternoon meandering through the winding streets and over the many bridges of Venice enjoying stops along the way to enjoy the local food and drink. JO We had our farewell dinner tonight. Two weeks ago, we met a group of strangers, and today, we said goodbye to "our people." Although group tours may not be our style just yet, I am thankful we were part of such a group. ...
... at the market, where Kurt found a Venice thimble. We also grabbed some fruit from the market, deliciously yummy and juicy peaches! We had time to walk through the fish market, and the boys were thrilled. There were all kinds of fish, shrimp, octopus, and live lobsters (which the boys made me a take a video of). They were begging to buy some, but what the heck would we do with it and how would we cook it?? We had to cross the grand canal, so it seemed a good time to take ...