Guest House Piccolo Vecellio
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Another hotel, another nice buffet breakfast - this one includes Prosecco! Then all of our Odyssey group left for our last guided tour. We took a water taxi to Piazza San Marco (St. Mark's Square), where we met our Venetian guide who led us around the main square and also small alleyways around it. We crossed the Bridge of Sighs, which is supposedly named that because it was the ...
... pouring down, we experienced something else. We weren't staying on the island Venice,but the mainland maestro (I think it's spelt like that)... And we pull up to our hotel to find a man taking a squat at the side of the hotels window taking a ****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What the hell????!! We weren't impressed with the area or the site we just saw. We all couldn't believe it. Then the bum wondered past us as we unloaded the bus, ...
... as the many many many black ones that are everywhere. This group of dedicated folk aim to promote and preserve the traditions of these gondolas and the style of rowing so it is very unique.
So along comes our beautiful gondola , complete with a very tall blond Venetian named Felix. (I think he was Swiss or Swedish.) He starts off with asking how our swimming strengths are. I say good, Steve say hopeless, Do we want a life jacket ? no.
... clean) but it's a fascinating city. We then found a local restaurant, and ordered pizza for dinner. By the time pizza arrived Isabelle and Zac were almost asleep. They were just completely exhausted.
We ate the pizza as fast as we could and carried the kids out of the restaurant. Great for fat burning. Needless to say it was an early night for everyone.
... a busy day; we had one day to take in Venice and we wanted to pack a lot in. Anticipating long lines for San Marco Basilica, we pre-booked "skip the line" passes so we could walk right in, which was a good investment for $2 per person. We spent more time at the church than we had anticipated. The kids were interested in the story of how the Venetians exhumed the body of Saint Mark (author of the bible's Book of Mark) from Egypt and they hid his ...