Campeggio Marina Di Venezia
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
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Well we puddled around in Venice today, literally! It rained all night and was wet this morning with quite gusty winds out in the open - not great sight seeing weather. It was high tide this morning and given we aren't travelling with our gumboots, we had to buy a pair of these charming over boots (see photo). They were a real rip off at 10 euros each but they did mainly keep the water out, although one of mine did develop ...
... to find the Bridge of Sighs, St Marco's Piazza and the gondolas. We then had some dinner followed by a gelato ice cream. We did more of a walk after dinner and went up the tower in the piazza. It must have been high tide as we noticed the water was rising in front of St Marco's Basilica. We headed home for an early night in an attempt to sleep away the jet ...
... seafood restaurant.
We had to wait for our meal for a while, but it was so worth it.
We downed our meal pretty quick because it was so good and boated our way back to our hotels.
I got a goodnight kiss and she walked away.
Me being over the moon and all I walked up stairs had a beer and fell asleep.
Another big day. All public transport is on strike in Italy today so I know I will be walking everywhere. Another complimentary breakfast next door before I head off to St. Mark's square to see The Basilica. I wasn't in too much of a hurry as Luisella had told me to get there between 11:30 and 12:30 when they turn the lights on in the ceiling to showcase the beautiful gold mosaics. After yesterday commenting that I thought the masks on ...
... for most of the dinner, so we were able to enjoy our food properly.
It was pouring when we left the restaurant and Mikey came to the rescue with four umbrellas purchased from an umbrella hawker. We were able to get to the vaporetto station near the Accademia bridge within a few minutes without getting drenched.
On Wednesday morning, Jay and I set off with Jacques to buy ...