Guest House Al Milion
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... which Venice sits, and there is a handy ferry service that drops off right in the middle of the City.
I spent nearly three days indulging this fantastic place. After everything I've seen on my tour, this wins hands down as the most amazing unique City I've ever been to, but no real surprise there. It's everything you might expect and more.
It was so good I need time to let it soak in and sort the pictures out as I turn the Wym towards home. I'm ...
... Venetian-style tapas, called cicchetti, small bites. These can consist of just about anything – from boiled eggs, seafood, meats, vegetables, and cheeses. Many people, as we did, ordered their food and drinks, and opted to sit along the canals to enjoy their selections. This food was delicious and some of our choices included pumpkin, ricotta cheese & parmesan; shrimp, artichoke, & truffle; ...
... watched a movie and I chose dinner of mince wraps.
After a little bit we drove back to Venice to go on a gondola ride and it was so much FUN.
I loved it.
I could do it over and over.
After we walked in the evening for a little and then about 12:00 we went to bed.
It was a really good day loved it.
Today is the last day in Venice and today we caught the bus into town. ...
... about 500m walk from the water taxi. Once there, it was a bit harder with 3 flights of stairs to get our bags up. Unfortunately our hostess was not able to let us in tonight, so her Aunt did who had limited English, and didn't tell us about the dumb waiter that could have taken our bags up. We will remember that for the day we leave.
So we unpacked, and then decided to walk around Venice. It is pretty amazing with some of the streets are so ...
... we had just walked in to a disaster movie on deck. The Perfect Storm?? This wasn’t part of the script. Tomorrow is our first day at sea. There are 3 days at sea on this trip but none are consecutive. This gives us a chance to wind down and for me to catch up on my blogging!! Heidi and her pals are long since left behind in Venice and the clocks go forward 1 hour so we will be 2 hours ahead of the UK. That’s if we’re not blown off course and end up in somewhere like ...