B&B San Marco
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... snack on the train at about 9am, and it was now about 6pm, so off to checkout the two restaurants the hotel recommended. One was a seafood buffet (not really but might as well have been), and the other wasn't open so we just found a little place in a back street and enjoyed our first meal in Venice while sitting by a canal. Bellissimo!!
Feeling refreshed and re-energised we set off for a look around and ended up going for a huge circuit for about 3hours. ...
... were so many amazing churches that we stumbled upon that had beautiful artwork, sculptures, and ornate decor. We went to a music museum\church because it was free. It was amazing to see string instruments still in tact from the 1400s. Mike took pictures for all his friends who love medallions and string instruments.
A must stop in Venice is Harrys Bar. This is where they invented the Bellini and it was also one of hemmingways favorite places to write and drink old ...
... number their streets. Camilla oriented us to the apartment and we settled in. We took a little stroll around to locate the laundromat and supermarket then had dinner at a little Ristorante called 'La Serenissima' - I ordered a scampi & zucchini tagliatelle and was in absolute heaven!!
Day one in Venice and we decided to go to some outlying islands - Murano & Burano - as the weather was good. We set off from the ...
... to queue (with everyone else who is buying their ticket at the gate) to be issued with yet another paper ticket. Time saved? None.
- Want to buy a drink at interval at the opera? Just go to the bar? No, queue up at a service desk, pay for your drinks, get a ticket and then queue up at bar to get your drink. Not really worth the effort!
Verdi’s opera ...
... see in some street signs too, which name will coincide with the one in the campo) and have a well (mostly no longer used) in the center of the square.
Canale – one of the three main water ways that can be found in Venice: the Canal Grande (or Canalazzo), Canale della Giudecca and Canale di Cannaregio.
Corte – a common courtyard enclosed by several buildings.