Locanda Casa sul Molo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... a Mexican sort of stew with meat, veggies, and sweet potatoes with Italian bread and wine to bring it all together! We had dark chocolate for dessert and played a card game before we went to bed to get ready for getting up early in the morning.
Tada! Happy Valentine’s Day! We went into Venice early and it was crazy crowded. We were hungry so we stopeed for kebab pizza and Mairin and Tommy got coffee. Then we went ...
... feet and bruised credit cards, I promise. It is a section of Venice, away from the main piazza, where stores on either side, for several blocks, in several directions, sit side by side, competing for your dollars. "designer labels" You name the designer, they are here. It's definitely for the wealthy, but there must be plenty of them here? It's the fashion capital, together with Paris, Florence, Milan, London....and VENICE. It's coming in a day or so, Enjoy!
Arrived into Venice covered in fog. From our balcony you couldn't see anything but it lifted fairly quickly and it turned out to be a lovely day. Our tour today was an introduction to Venice. We took a boat to St Marks square and our tour guide took us through the basilica and then through Doges palace. Both buildings very impressive. The square had water through it as it was high tide. Our tour guide was very impressive. Quite entertaining and kept ...
... we were on board the ship. A briefing by the concierge, head butler & Maitre’D followed, before we were taken on a quick tour of the Yacht Club area and our cabin. Once the formalities were done, we unpacked our things and relaxed in the cabin until the ship slipped its moorings and was piloted through Canale della Giudecca. The passage through the Canale was quite special, as the height of the ship allowing a birds-eye view of Venice that would rarely be seen otherwise, ...
... half the world was on that canal.
- Visiting out-of-the way Torcello (a little island about an hour away on the vaporetto) and Lido (a 20 km sand dune with 20,000 residents and very up-market holiday offerings)
- Going up the bell tower in Church of San Giorgio Maggiore to catch a bird's eye view of the sunset. Would never have found it without you, Jane and Chris..thank you.
- Having a Bellini at Harry's ...