Ca Pasquali Village
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- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Kids pool
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... stopped the kids sooner, saying ‘oh leave the poor things alone’ …. but not the pigeons!!) we slowly made our way back to our apartment, walking in what we thought was the general direction but not caring too much as it was just so lovely that we were happy to take a few wrong turns.
We spent a bit of time on a bridge where we could view the Bridge of Sighs, watching the gondolas glide down the canal and under the Bridge of Sighs in a steady ...
... maintaining the character of the city. We were repeatedly encouraged by guides and locals to "get lost in Venice", which we thought was odd. We soon learned why, getting lost is inevitable - the streets are not well labeled, and all the signs are overhead, of varying sizes and colors, making them difficult to distinguish from other shop and restaurant signs. And the streets are old canals that have been filled in, cobblestone laid on top, making them hap-hazard, without ...
... was the Venetian Chamber Orchestra who were most entertaining. I am not a lover of classical music but they were very good. An early night tonight as Robin and I have an early tour 7am to Murano and Burano Islands to see glass blowing and lace making respectively. Captain William Kent left the ship today. Our new Captain is Paolo Ravera. ...
... cooler on the water. Most of my luggage has been left in the car, I only brought my small carry-on bag into Venice to the hotel with one change of clothes for tomorrow. I wish I'd known how hot it was going to be. Of course I didn't bring shorts! Jumped on a Vaporetto (water bus) and cruised down the Grand Canal from Rialto, back past San Marco and then across the lagoon to Lido island. Lido is a disappointment, it has the feel of a Queensland beach town of 20 years ago. The island ...
... suspect those that stay there can afford the extremely expensive taxi boat to the front door.
It was so strange to see kids playing ball in the brick and cobblestone squares, I cannot imagine people actually living in Venice. We were told approximately 30 000 people live on the island within all of the canals.
We returned to the hotel, rallied the kids and set out to find a dock for ...