Rezidenza Ai Giardini
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... to. We decide to have lunch at the restaurant next to the hotel and enjoy some good food and wine as well as catching up with events!
Later M and A return to the port to collect their luggage and head off home. After a rest we head off to St Marks Square which is very busy! We wander through streets and alleyways and then return to the hotel. Later we have a good meal in a taverna about 30 minutes walk from the hotel.
... cable car for a view up on high of the old town
and the surrounding area. A great view on high with a little breeze which was
well needed as I expect that the temperature would have been close to mid-30
degrees. Once the view had been absorbed it was time for a little refreshment,
hot chips and fresh calamari and cocktails of course which was beautiful at the
Panorama Restaurant, we had a great waiter who always checked in on us. Making our
way down in the cable car ...
... made our way to the "bus" a water taxi that held a bus load of people. We had to go 2 stops to get to the Rialto Bridge (our stop) then we got off and followed our map through the maze to our hotel, surprisingly enough we made it there the first try despite the twists, turns, bridges, and holes in the wall we had to go to before we found the lone black door in the middle of the wall which was our hotel entrance... could have been the bat cave though... there were next to no signs ...
... HIM AND WITH THE NORMAL CABIN NOISE INTERFERING, PROPER CONVERSATION REQUIRES SEMI-SHOUTS TO BE COMPLETED. PIPPY IS CLAD IN GREEN POLKADOT PAJAMA PANTS, A T-SHIRT AND BARE FEET WHILE SPORTING BRIGHT PINK HELLO KITTY HEADPHONES ATTACHED TO A VIDEO DEVICE OF SOME SORT AND IS NOW LOUDLY AWAKENING GRANDMA AND EVERYONE ELSE IN BUSINESS CLASS. COFFEE, ANYONE? (The Italian beside me has just now bolted wide awake)
You are familiar, I suspect, with “the ...
... must have been closed to keep lots of people from sleeping there. We had seen signs of people settling in for the night outside the locked gates. But it also seemed strange that the Metro wouldn't run all night. So into the new entrance and to the ticket kiosk.
Once we picked up our bags, we had to get to our new hotel. There are things I would definitely do differently when it comes to booking hotels. And one of the things would be to stay in the ...