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Quiet site, excellent facilities, very friendly staff, an italian site that actually takes credit cards not cash...!! Make sure you have a mossi candle! bus stop with regular service to Venice right outside campsite!
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... at the port and got water taxis up the grand canal to near St Mark's square. An orientation then a gondola cruise around dome of the back canals, 45 mins of free time to explore them back to the coach and a short 30 min drive to our hotel for a fabulous meal of lasagne, salad and cake dessert . Tomorrow we have a lagoon cruise, a visit to Murano Glass and then 3 hours free time to go crazy. ...
... glass mirror makes the room feel like a mini-palace. The girl at the desk, Ambra has managed to make us feel like old friends within ten minutes and Robin is very pleased with our digs. Our first order of business --- for Robin is to exchange her leftover kunas for euros (my budgeted amount left me with exactly one 2-kuna coin approximately 10 cents) and my hunt for lunch. We were both successful. I had the most delicious vegetarian bruschetta ...
... in advance we wouldn't have proceeded forward with the transaction. We went back to the exchange office, and unfortunately, they refused to cancel the exchange and return our original money. Lessons learned - ask in advance about fees, never exchange US$ unless you're OK with the fee, and get euros from ATM machines only. We had dinner with the Meyers at their favorite kebab takeout place and we trekked back to our apartment and hit the sack. Whew, what a ...
... arrives by boat. Alongside the gondolas, taxis and ferris, we saw fresh produce, construction materials, the mail, and even the garbage being collected and transported on the water! We got the impression that the Grand Canal is a very important stretch of water for the Venetians, not just for tourism but for everyday tasks. From the Rialto we continued onto Piazza San Marco. Apparently called by Napoleon as "the greatest drawing room in Europe", it is an impressive town ...
... bus and found a café to have some lunch. Melon and ham and a nice cold beer. Again got quite lost but eventually got back to the hotel. The streets here all look the same – very narrow and the shop fronts all look the same too. Venice seems to be a popular place to visit as everywhere is packed with people – quite ...