B&B Casa delle Rose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... It was a beautiful spot with a lovely piazza and lots of sculptures. We were a bit bored but then Dad set us a kids tasks to find four of the paintings in the Collection. It was lots of fun and we found all of them. Brigitte even found the painting that Olivia then Pig painted on the wall in one of her stories. Mum said the painting was by Jackson Pollack. We heard more about Jackson Pollack in a talk given by one ...
... spot on one of the side streets - not surprisingly, on a little canal! The main streets of town were so crowded - that we realized we had to get off the beaten track. We ordered pastas and wine and water and bread with olive oil. We stayed there for a couple of hours and just reveled in happiness - we were finally in Venice - finally beginning this trip we have been dreaming about - finally together with our wonderful traveling friends! ...
... and the view was awesome since it was near sunset. At night time/sunset, we walked up the most prominent bridge, the Rialto Bridge, where we got to see the changing sky colours and pretty colourful buildings by the waters, all in a glance. Just beauty. (: The seagulls flying all around just enhances the beauty of Venice and reminds me how carefree life could actually be. I'll definitely still come back if I have another chance in the future ...
... a film. Went to a Venetian lace factory where I bought a beautiful handmade lace tablecloth, haven't made a fancy purchase yet so that was it. There were lots of posh shops in Venice like Chanel, Dior etc, we didn't go in but had a look through the windows. Murano glass is made in Venice so there is lots of that here and it's ...
... were really cool to watch manipulating the glass. There were three guys with specific tasks working together to produce these unique pieces of art. We wandered around the shops then enjoyed the boat ride home.
The next day we walked the city, first stopping for a tour of the clock tower in San Marco Square. The tower has one of the first digital clocks - although not quite what you would expect - as well as ...