Al Pozzo B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... and after showering, we all went out for a night explore and some dinner. Sarah had found a good review for a local’s only cafeteria about two blocks back from the Ponte Rialto. There were three counters inside, entrees and bread, pasta and seafood. We all choose different things and settled in on bar stools at the counter. My fried mozzarella and prosciutto sandwich was incredibly rich and fat-laden, but my lasagne was O.K. Jen’s risotto ...
... over 1500 years- that is my kind of history lesson! However, Cashe has always showed a keen interest and listened intently. We learned how the islands of Venice were built using wood pilings driven deep down into the water and then filled with clay. Entire forests were need to support each one of the merchant's elaborate water front real estate and the petrified wood still keeps Venice a float today. Did you know Venice looks like a fish on a map! The vision the ...
So I won't lie, I didn't sleep well last night. It may have had to do with the fact that my bed was about 4 inches too short for me. As a result, I was curled up in the fetal position most of the night trying to make it work. The kids, though, thought it was awesome that the slept overnight on a train and that they woke up in another country. Hilary, of course, could sleep anywhere so she slept very well.
We got up, dressed and ...
Yesterday we went to an art gallery first, with lots of ancient art about saints and Jesus. Then we went to a 20th century art gallery but the paintings were very similar to each other. We went to an octagonal church of marble.
Today we went to a boat museum. My favourite part was a model of ...
... the city.
Further up the harbour we found a small boat trip that took us up to the new town and then back around the peninsula to the other side of the city. On our way we passed Tito's Villa which was recently used for filming “Game of Thrones” and a very remote monastery built into the side of the mountain.
We've very much enjoyed our first week of this cruise and are looking forward to week 2 !