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... we walked to the picturesque stone bridge 'Ponte Pietra' for a look - windy and cold in the open so took to the streets in search of Juliet's tomb. But with time running out for the return journey and some rather hungry tummies we found a little pizzeria instead - and with a gelati chaser walking back to the stazione.
We arrived back to the apartment to enjoy an Italian inspired meal cooked by Andrew.
Another fabulous day in Italia!!
... br> 2) Don't eat or drink near the main walkways, which follow the grand canal. These are generally not good restaurants and overcharge you.... a LOT.
3) Look online for Bocaro's, cheaper places off the main drags that locals frequent. They're the Italian equivalent of tapas bars, and the snacks are called Cichetti. We found some with free food even if you by a spritz, the local drink of Amperol and soda and a twist of ...
... package I feel it is the best value for money on the high seas!! Saying that, I am confident that the cleanliness of the ships will give anyone a run for their money. A few days ago I walked past a cleaner who was on his hands and knees wiping down a brass skirting that decorated the bottom on an ornamental column. 80% of the skirting was hidden from view by the adjacent bulk head but every spot of that brassware was being cleaned. Examples of this dedication ...
... you up the skinny canals and drop you off as close as possible to your hotel for 100 Euros ($136). The Vaporettos is 7 Euros per person but we will have to drag our luggage about five blocks crossing one canal bridge.
We made reservations for a return dinner at the Pinnacle Restaurant on the ship at 8. This was probably our last fine meal for some while. We packed and readied our self for a 9 AM embarkation on Saturday.
... 8217;s who drive these things – they are very skilful at avoiding crashes! We also saw a gondola with a singer romantically serenading a couple with Italian classics like “o’ solo mio”. It was hard not to join in the singing with my Pavarotti impression but I decided not to spoil their moment!
We were really enjoying our day in Venice, it was more impressive than and not as busy as we expected. ...