Locanda Ca' San Vio
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and all the mod cons. It is even good to see the original beams in the roof. (if they could only talk).
We unpacked, and then did not waste any time to get out and see Venice. Brian and Dianne were here about 10 years ago, and vaguely remembered how to get to San Marco Square. That was our first stop, and like the Duoma in Milan, it was very worthwhile. I have posted a couple of photo's, but really seeing it in real life can ...
... for the next day's performance. The elements were about Roman times. We walked inside the theatre wondering what would be awaiting for us on the other side. Finally we entered marble steps shining in at us through the curtains and chairs glimmering away. We climbed the marble steps to get a better view of the theatre. Wow it was incredible seeing all the props being put up and decorating the theatre as they went. But what ...
... amazing views of Venice.
We are now nearly four weeks into our trip, the reason for our adventure happens tomorrow - catching up with Thomas.
highlight of Italy was Cinque Terre. Never expected to see so many
people/tourists, have seen more people since we left NZ than we've seen
in all our lives.
So far everything has gone to plan except ...
... milk while Russ gets a triple shot of coffee. Driver change and Russ heads off to Venice. Pee stop at 100km from Venice and Steve is behind the wheel to take us into Venice. The roads are extremely good and we pass through many tunnels. Tolls for today's were around 26 euro. Now comes the difficult part driving into Venice. Across the bridge and luckless straight into a multi level car park. We are unloaded and pay 160 euro for four three day Vaparetto passes. Steve has his Gopro on ...
... is breathtaking! It covers 443 square meters. And took 24 years to paint (1680 - 1704). It is said that the artist Giovanni Antonio Fumiani fell to his death from the scaffolding as he was doing the final touches. Ps: I've seen my first illuminati symbol (inside the church). Next church: chiesa di San Rocco (1508 but seriously altered and 1725) A small but beautiful little church in the middle of Venice. This is also the site of a ...