Casa dei Pittori Venice Apartments
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
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... as Allan leaves to go home tomorrow. I do have a little bit of room spare in my bag (there are a few things going home with Allan), so might be able to fit in a few more little things. We have a plan to visit the Palazzo Ducale in the morning before catching our train at 1pm so that will be a bit rushed.
One of the surprising thing about Venice is the number of dogs walking around. I think I have only seen 2 on ...
... the middle of a tiny square with a church, and a cat sat out front. Obviously I wanted to make friends with the cat, despite Laura's
protestations - "I'm still covered by my rabies jab from Nepal!" was my reasonable response. Much to Laura's relief and my disappointment, the cat took objection to me and ran away. Sad times. It was shaping up to be a hot day; even at this early time it was very warm as we made our way through the city. We wound up at St Mark's Square, which ...
... little place for dinner, and had a wonderful meal. Interesting side note here: when the restaurants are open in the evening (7:00 PM), the bars (which sell smaller meals) are closed. So you have your lunch in a bar and dinner in a restaurant. If you want coffee and cake after at a bar, you are out of luck.
Day 2 in Venice
We had a good sleep last night. Our little street is nice and quiet. Woke up to a thunderstorm, complete with a ...
... in the EU. I asked one of our tour guides how many people and how many "vespas" scooters were in Rome. He said, "about 2.5 million people and 1.5 million scooters". He referred to them as misquotes buzzing around. The London Telegraph has tagged Rome as " most dangerous city in Europe for traffic accidents." The accident rate in Italy has been described as a "national emergency". Bill Bryson, the noted travel journalist has written ...
Omg I love Venice! It's so busy but amazing!! We got a sea taxi which dropped us off pretty much central of everything. I really wanted to go on a gondola but not had enough time so maybe next time when we port here! Just had some proper Italian risotto, seafood risotto which was really nice and fresh ...