B&B Bloom Venice
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... hot dog and ham and cheese for lunch, (Not as good as at the ball park, and cost more than that). We always get an early start to avoid the crowds as most visitors stay out of town and the town fills up quickly. By noon it's us packed, and we head off to the outer islands. Good planning by Insight tours. We stopped at a local iconic hotel for a coffee to wait for our gondola ride. Tricky getting in and out of the gondolas, ...
... to be there. We made our way through the square to the hotel. The hotel held wonderful memories as it was the same one Mick and Cathy stayed with Cathy's mom back in 2001. There were lovely views of a canal alongside the hotel although we commented that the Hard Rock Cafe had not been there 13 years ago!
Venice is a city in northeastern Italy sited on a group of 118 small islands separated by canals ...
... the tourist traps!
Getting lost in this city is just inevitable. Whether you like it or not you are going to come to a dead end, a canal or a street that makes you realise you have walked to the wrong side of the island. Mum got frustrated with this at times, and my GPS on my phone wasn't too great in amongst the small alleyways and 3 story buildings. This was probably the only time mum and I would get slightly annoyed at ...
We arrived late yesterday due to flight control staff striking at Marco Polo airport in Venice. Our poor airbnb host called us worried while we waited at the baggage carousel at the airport. It took forever for us to get our bags and the yeah I finally got it.
'Duh, we just came from Amsterdam'. Of course it will take 47 minutes to get our bags. Getting to the boat taxi was relatively easy and we had a ewe wait before we got on the taxi. ...
... loft. The first and only thing Elena said to us in English was "I don't speak English". But she showed us around in Italian and we figured things out fine.
Shortly after Mel saw the bathtub, she was soaking in it. I was ready to go out but she was fading. After all, we have now been up for 24 hours. (We didn't sleep on the last flight either…well actually I dozed off for a ...