Al Pozzo B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Square but what I did not realise was it did a complete circumnavigation of the outer area of Venice. I enjoyed the 45 minutes Venice tour travellers usually don't take, but I can't say my travelling companions felt the same way!. Bangkok was mentioned more than once, where Kelly tours got lost on the river boat not getting off at the right place. We eventually got back to our apartment and collapsed in to bed. it had been a big ...
... it, this train has cost us enough already” and when we got to the station we legged it!!!! Know what??? We don’t even feel a bit guilty! The whole episode cost us about $400 but the sad thing when I got off the waterbus with my bag and a nice man offered to help me with it my first reaction was to say no (I didn’t) and the same when a nice guy picked up my bag (Steve had the big case) to carry it ...
... you lady!
Asked directions to the Supermarket which we eventually found but that was like making our way through a rabbit warren! We certainly managed to see Streets of Venice I am sure we would not have otherwise seen!
We made our way around to 'St Marks Square' to visit the Basilica. Danita had to purchase for €1 a scarf to cover up her legs. They would not allow anyone to show off their shoulders or legs.
The Bascillica was free to enter and we ...
... and we found one in no time at all! The ride was so peaceful that I think I may have fallen asleep, just for a second! We then did a little more shopping and wandering...this place is really quite a change from London and Paris. We really needed this laid back setting to break things up.
Tomorrow, we head to Florence for what looks like a rainy few days...we're hoping the weather channel is ...
... they would be. It was really the lights from the shops that lit the way—I would need to get back before everything closed up!
There are a lot less people in St. Mark’s Square at night, probably because all of the cruise ship tourists have departed by this time. It’s still busy. The best part is the music. There are three different restaurants (2 on one side of the square, one on the other) that have small orchestras (maybe 4 pieces) set ...