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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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At breakfast we begin to chat with Alberto who manages this wonderful bed and breakfast, Palazzo Odoni. He tells us his cousins own a ravioli shop in little Italy, Piemonte across the street from Cafe Ferrara, where I would go every Sunday when we lived downtown to buy fresh pasta, ravioli and the most delicious canneloni- such a connection. Proving the title, that ...
... late so actually 9 minutes. Luckily it is a small station, so the bus was easy to find.
We climbed up in to the top of the double decker bus and started watching a very strange movie. This was the only ride so far where I felt a bit of motion sickness. I thin being up so high and weaving through the mountains didn't help. I took a nap so that I could get over my stomach knots and before I knew it we arrived in Venice.
We followed the instructions ...
Then we entered the Romanian pavilion where, miracle of miracles, there were oil paintings! (Contemporary artists usually contend that painting is dead. New media, conceptual art and installations are far more common than painting.) An interesting, figurative painting with swirling brushstrokes hangs on the main wall. I gazed at it, and joked to my mom, “Look, it’s Darwin wearing Nikes”. Lo and behold, it ...
... lot lower than in Florence and Bologna so it is not too bad on the streets.
We dined at a restaurant recommended by the hotel and had pizza. It had more topping on than the one we had with the boys when they were here. We can still recall Sam's complaints, though we miss him not being here with us. We went for a walk around San Marco square which is always beautiful in the evening with far fewer tourists and the restaurants with ...
... Odd how this island is laid out, I can see my house from the restaurant but it is a 15 minute walk through numerous turns and one boatyard to get back home. Dinner was really good, not what I was expecting but then it is always a surprise when you can't actually understand the menu. I don't see any tourists here and since it was hard to find I figured it was for locals. Now I am just drinking my wine and watching the ...