Ca' San Trovaso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... was no way in this life time it would fit!! It was an absolutely amazing night and my favourite so far on this tour. The wine was flowing, the food was continuous and delicious, the company was so much fun and the masks and accordion player just set the scene and mood. Walking back through the city to the boat had a magical feel about it. Jordan and I kept our masks on, because why not? The city was much prettier on the ferry at night time. But it was overall ...
... port, Tom provided his in depth introduction to Venice - not unlike his commentary on our way out of Venice 12 days ago. This time we paid closer attention since starting tomorrow morning we would be on our own for three days exploring this magical maze, the nooks and crannies and history of this remarkable city. Tom offered brief insights to many of the Venetian interest points: the Naval Training Academy, the Grand Canal, St. Mark's ...
... the Grand Canal from the Piazza San Marco. Ponte Accedemia is one of only three bridge crossings across the Grand Canal, and is a wooden bridge that now, like the Lovelock Bridge in Paris, has many padlocks attached symbolising couple's love for each other. On our way to the point, we pass Santa Maria della Salute, a beautiful old dome roof church constructed in 1631 as a gift from the City of Venice following ...
Today was a leisurely day without much walking, which was nice. I looked at the list of things we had wanted to see and thought we could knock a few out along with the beach today. The question was, do we start or end with the beach? So while Nate showered I thought about it, looked at the water bus map and came up with a plan. We'd start with Burano, a small island NE of Venice famous for their lace making and colorful houses, then swing down to the SW side of ...
... and sat right at my feet rattling his or her paper cup. My money stayed in my purse. The church was amazing of course. We paid to go into the museum, and climbed the steps and went outside to the loggia where the four horses are, which gave us fantastic views over the Square. I enjoyed hanging over the railing, but Terry was concerned about the structural integrity of the thousand year old concrete balcony. Such a worrier.
There were ...