Casa dei Pittori Venice Apartments
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... man who gave the impression that he knew justs about everything that was to be known about Venice and Italy but in a funny way he was also quite open and honest about the failings and corruption inherent in Italian society. He guided us through the small streets and interesting places in this area of Venice and explained some very interesting facts about this quaint place. For example, Venice has no dogs, no buses, it regards ...
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Sunday 23 Aug 14 - Last full day in town so we got going early and managed to cover the S.Marco Tower (8 Euro entry pp), a gondola ride (80 Euro per boat), the Doge Palace (16 Euro pp) and the Maritime Museum (5 Euro pp) - with morning tea and lunch in between innings to keep the strength up and feet going.
It has been another beautiful day in Venice. Slightly misty and cool to start and only warming to the low 20s - just right ! ...
... to get to the main square. This square is called St. Marc's square and it is crowded the majority of the time as it is used as a meeting place for locals and tourists. It is surrounded by coffee houses and shops. The St. Marc's Basilica is also in this square and and was built in 830 and has beautiful mosaic murals and the outside. We didn't have a chance to go inside but are told it is full of mosaic murals and statues, next time. We start ...
Weather today was was a little cloudy and cooler than yesterday but still pleasant.
This morning we had the free breakfast at the hotel. Inside seating at the 4 small tables was crowded so we ate outside. It seemed very European to eat outside with people walking by. A typical breakfast here consist of various crescent rolls and coffee. I think the rest of what they had to offer was to accommodate american guest.
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... spending the money to take a taxi. It was pricy but we were pretty much out of options at that point. We made it to our hotel, a cute little place, in a rural town of Campagna Lupia. We were both exhausted and starving so we got settled into our room then went to the hotel's restaurant. We were pleasantly surprised that they had delicious homemade pizza! By the time we finished dinner it was late so we headed to bed hoping to venture into Venice the ...