B&B Casa Baseggio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... stop, the world famous Rialto Bridge!’ we overheard a nearby tourist guide say to his group of English speakers. Problem solved!!!
On the Rialto Bridge, we stopped at a souvenir shop that was still trading after all these years. It brought back memories when I was a teen with my mum and dad. The first time we had been to Venice and dad bought a large plastic Gondola on a stand. Probably only cost a few dollars (as opposed to €25 now) These Gondolas ...
... sentence came a conversation for those who love language…is it open sky or open skies? Is there actually more then one sky and if so … where are those borders? I know there is an answer... I will have to google that and see!)
Since we already have a superior high speed driver to hand we felt okay about the decision to not go to Ferrari this time. Why go 200 mph on the ground avoiding death when you can go 220 mph ...
... much smaller than those in Rome. The kids liked Venice but it was a bit different to what they'd imagined. They didn't think there would be any footpaths, and Laura couldn't remember any of of it from 10 years ago. Back to the bikes. The causeway seemed a lot shorter on the way back with a tail wind. The only footpath was on the wrong side of the road and we weren't quite sure what to do when it ran out, but biking against the traffic wasn't an option. ...
These were a part of actual directions to our bed & breakfast in Venice, thank goodness Jerry speaks crow. We left Murren quite early for the train to Venice. There was only one train that took us from Brig to Venice without any connecting trains, this saved us 4 train connections. However, it came with us sitting apart for 5.5 hours. Not wanting to hang out that long with people who didn't speak English we switched my seat with a young college girl. Well, this led to ...
... in the world, at 23 metres wide and involving 500 figures. Crossed the bridge of sighs as old prisoners might have. No mention specifically of the Lord Byron and his involvement. Listened to a large Italian guide speaking staccato but fluent Japanese. Varoon and Pete had gelato. I took photos of the feral acting pigeons in the square. Varoon also bought a book. Returned to the B&B. Bought some salad and speck for dinner. Did some trip ...