B&B Casa delle Rose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... purpose the way I though before our tour. For some reason I believed that every church in Italy was highly religious and due to sincere devotion. One docent told me that this was more the case in Florence and Rome more than in Venice, which was primarily a trade port and more focused on commerce than art or religion.
During our walk we visited the Music History Museum, the toilets (which cost me 1.75 euro to use!) ...
Back to check in to our hotel on the Lido Island, very different from anyplace else we have stayed before, but lovely just the same, and so very colorful. Dinner with the group, once again, was wonderful. Apparently though, I'm becoming a wino. We joined 6 other couples who closed up the place and finished off about a dozen bottles of wine. Hopefully this is not a habit I'll be bringing home with me.
It was a big day as we all anxiously awaited boarding the Azamara Quest. We arrange to be picked up by a water taxi at the hotel which took us directly to the ship. There was LOTS of boat traffic as we navigated through numerous small canals, the Grand Canal and eventually the port where the Quest was docked. It was mind-boggling how the drivers avoided slamming into one another in the over-crowed canals. There was a lot of 'wave-rocking' ...
... say the best way to enjoy Venice is to 'get lost', and that's exactly what I set out to do. With no map and armed with a camera, I walked and walked. Down narrow alleys, with clothes hanging from building to building and flowers spilling out of windows over head, a cafe, pizzeria, ristorante and trattoria at every turn and many opportunities to gaze into shop windows filled with intricate Venetian masks and Murano glass ornaments of all shapes and ...
... did not regret it at all. For lunch I had pesto for the first time, and then I tried another new thing for dinner; rock lobster sauce tagliatelle. They were both really good. We walked around some more and did some last day shopping, and if got two masks that were really cool, and some more gifts for my family. We took our time walking back to our hotel, and tried to stay up until 3:30 ...