Il Pallino di Arianna
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... thankyou google maps. Had REALLY delicious gelato, a fitting final dish in Italy. The lunch was overpriced and not that great, but before it we had an entree of sfogliatine and canoli, which made up for it. When we got to the main square it was really too rainy to walk around and see much, so we went back and waited for the ...
After a good nights rest, we were ready to do some more exploring. First, we moved some of the furniture around to make the place more to our liking. One of the things we did was move the dining table so we could look out both the windows to the garden and over the bridge.
Our location is in the Dorsaduro area and is part of the old Venice. We began to explore the area close to our place and then expanded our adventures further afield. ...
... pick up point. So glad we changed the accommodation for the night before. We would have had to get up really early to get off the island & to the busabout pick up point by 8am. The Holiday Inn ends up cheaper than staying on the island of Venice & it's the nicest room so far. King size bed, air con & great shower/bath ensuite. It even has the thing Europeans use to wash their bum next to the toilet which has Grant fascinated. ...
... of Italian food still haven’t been met but none the less, it was pretty delicious. We caught a boat through the Grand Canal while watching the sunset. All the lovers were out on their Gondolas and the lights started turning on. It didn’t get dark until 9.30 pm. We just took photos and enjoyed the moment and the beautiful city we were surrounded by. Venice is a must see for everyone. We loved it all. It was a lovely memorable day.
Ruby & Denice
... the plague broke out. Doctors would put flowers in the nose, in hopes that they wouldn't be infected.
Many of us bought masks at the markets, as well as more gelato, and some souvenirs. The sun was so hot, and we had lots of walking to do, so by the time we were home, we were glad.
In the evening, there was a masquerade party, which basically consisted of everyone sitting at the picnic tables by reception, wearing our masks, and having some drinks. It was a fun ...