B&B Casa Baseggio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... but the one he used before (his father's) had lasted for fifty years!! It was everything you ever dreamed it would've. We drank champagne (Asti actually). It was Truly magical! On our way to dinner, we browsed the shops and found a candy shop that sold Horvath candy. And no, we didn't buy any. That's all I would have needed. To have chocolate around with all I'm eating!!! After that, we had dinner at another neighborhood restaurant - ...
... the canal below. In one direction, the convicted would be lead to the prison, and sighs of grief and anguish would be heard as they glimpsed their last view of freedom through the small window. In the other direction, with sentences served and having survived their time in the notorious prison, the convicted would be lead back to freedom, and sighs of relief were heard. We toured the prison, crossing over the Bridge of Sighs as we entered. It was erie, dark and damp, with ...
... and tash did yoga. We yelled out CIAO BELLOOOO at the boats that went past and had a laugh. We went to the bar and sung happy birthday to one of the girls on the trip and then we took more sleeping pills and hit the hay!! Emily went out that night and came back at 230 drunk off her face so we helped her into bed and then went back to sleep. Pretty chilled night which was what we all ...
... this amazing bookstore that didn't really care much to prepare for flooding so lots of books were damaged, they are now repurposed as a staircase and decor. The owner has since decided to put all books in bathtubs, boats or on tables so they will all just rise with the water. He also has several cats that hang out on the books. We also went inside Venice's hospital, soo amazingly pretty outside and in the main part of the inside that we went into. At the end ...
... beautiful masks! -actually being able to find my way from where I was, back to the train station! -the lovely restaurant, where people were sitting outside, eating pasta and pizza, While a person played frank Sinatra's That's Amore! As gondolas floated past them on the canal! It was the most perfect moment ever! Like summed up everything I imaged Venice to be In one scene!!! Plus... Frank Sinatra!!! ...