Settimo Cielo B&B
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Everyone awoke excited for our drive to Venice! It looked a little overcast as we started our trip. The weather during our drive to Venice or Venezia as they say it in Italy, went from cloudy to sunshine. We could we the cruise ships docked at Venice when we drove over the bridge to the parking garage.
We parked on the top floor which is floor 8 and took a few pictures as the view was great. ...
... shipmates, who we will call the Geriatric Gang (seriously, no one looked under 70!). Once the last walker was loaded, we are on our way to the ship! We boarded the Island Princess and immediately take a much needed nap. Refreshed, we grab a quick dinner then our camera and passports and head to the city of Venice via water taxi (vaporetto). The next few hours we walk the stone streets and ...
... then began walking through the lovely streets with cute views of the little back canals. It was so nice and a lovely balmy evening, with just the odd bit of rain now and then. Vicki wasn't too happy the next day though when she discovered the rain drops had damaged her new leather handbag.
After a while and a couple of stops to ask directions (always pays to have a more detailed map!) we finally found the restaurant and had a great time chatting ...
... many centuries they exploited Venice’s easy defended maritime position. Venice proclaimed it brash self-confidence by stealing the relics of St. Mark the Evangelist from Alexandria, Egypt in 832AD.
During the middle ages, Venice expanded in power and influence throughout the eastern Mediterranean, culminating in the conquest of Byzantium in 1204. At home, in contrast to the strife in the region, Venice enjoyed a uniquely ordered administration headed by the doge, ...
... by the second wave whilst I was too slow to move!). Still photo taken and it was time to move on to the shops - Venice has great leather and bag shops, perfect for a spot of window-browsing.
We then made our way to San Marco Square where we did the obligatory feeding of the pigeons with the remains of our canalside picnic earlier. The architecture here was beautiful but the square itself was filled with tourists and pigeons. We decided this was ...