Hotel ai due Principi
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The American Nanny State bureaucrats whose goal in life is to remove all fear and risk from everything would be in the throes of a conniption fit over this scene. Small children, locals, hanging out over the rail of the boat we were traveling on from our parking garage to the main island.
... Back into the Piazza we see cruise ships sail up the Grand Canal and it reminds us of our earlier adventures. We see all the gondolas and catch the echoes of gondolier singers. So lovely and so romantic. This is a very controlled business with only 450 licences issued.
With the time running out we pass on revisiting the Rialto Bridge and head to our hotel to eat locally. Pizza, pasta and nice wine saw the end of a full day in Venice.
... we spent doing a lot of the tourist things. We did a gondola ride and had a look around San Marco Square and inside the church. Everything was covered in gold! You could see how it could be pretty but it was a bit much I think. We had a look in some of the shops and by the time we had come back into San Marco Square it had flooded. The square was knee deep in canal water. The guy on the gondola had warned us it was going to happen and had also said the high tides were ...
... some Aussies staying at the same place so we had a nice chat and they filled us in on where to go and what bus to catch etc. It was nice to here some thick Aussie accents! After a panini and a water we jumped on the bus to venice. When we arrived I immediately saw all the windy canal streets and it's just as you see it in movies. Although same with rome, not the cleanest place. We walked around for a while refusing to buy a map, and we ...
... on it which hinders the view and the picture taking. We went all along the island, past the public gardens (I’m going to walk down here sometime in the next few days) and then out on the Venetian lagoon towards Lido. Lido di Venezia, according to my guide book, is a seaside holiday resort, busiest in the summer months when it hosts the International Film Festival (that would have been fun!). It’s the only island here that has roads for its buses, cars, ...