Residenza Ae Ostreghe
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The Novotel is positioned on the mainland and this morning we caught the no 8 bus into Venice, the group of Islands. We then made our way towards the Grand Canal and took a water transport up to the famous Rialto bridge and made our way to the offices of the tour company conducting our walking tour through Venice. The tour was at 3pm and lasted about 2 hours. The guide was a tall, lanky, funny, stylish, precocious young and ...
... for our apartment if we get one) then got our luggage and walked back to the car park.
We then drove to Lake Garda (the largest lake in Italy), which took a few hours. We found a really cool campsite right next to the lake for $40 per night. We checked in then went for a walk along the lake. We planned on hiring a paddle boat and playing volleyball but ended up just relaxing by the lake - we got gelati and coffee then went back to ...
... the saxophone to some “American Songbook” titles. Jodie and Malcolm shared an impromptu dance which made for a lovely end to the night.
We have packed our suitcases tonight, so we have a “relaxed” morning without having time working against us. After a late dinner, our day ended as we thought about our next part of our holiday – Jodie flying to London and Malcolm and Karen off to the cruise ship.
... today. Rained a bit in the morning but the clouds broke up ...
We just made it to shore at the right time, as a thunderstorm reached the city. We took refuge in a romantic little Italian restaurant and rather happily fell asleep after 1,5 litres of wine.
On our last morning, we found ourselves on a bench, having breakfast and just not wanting to leave. I guess that's the magic of Venice, no?