B&B San Marco
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Interesting place this Venice. I've seen lots of other doggies like me but where do they do their do do? There is nowhere to dig and the only things to chase are out in the water.
The other doggies are not smelling me and making friends, so to make them think I was a local I put on one of their silly masks. It didn't help.
... settled on one of the many restaurants we passed called Ristorante di Brindisi. Pizzas stated at €6.50 and pasta dishes at about €9. It is an urban myth that prices in Venice are 3 times more expensive than elsewhere (unless it is hotel accommodation!!) It is only St Mark’s square where you are likely to pay €14 for a glass of wine or €25 for a pizza. Give anywhere in the district of San Marco a wide berth and prices are as anywhere else ...
... they chuck in a water taxi ride. Hmmmm Stefano has to ask one of the pretty boys to get us a taxi and refuses to pay, as this is "complimentary" from the hotel. Tight **** Aussie's Abroad. The chap calls a taxi for us and we set sail for home on a beautiful wooden motor boat, very nice boat, this guy has even less English than the first one. The ride is about half the time and he lets us out somewhere else ... If there is such a thing as a back canal, this is ...
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Visited the supermarket for supplies and rested a while as even the house rules state no noise between 1.00 & 3.00 siesta time. Then out for a walk - believe it or not, 50 yards from the house I hear kingdom music and stumble on a Kingdom Hall. 3 lovely brothers were working there doing some cleaning. Again, as they had no english, I was able to use dodgy Italian to communicate. Ended up spending 15 mins ...
... Marco and were very impressed by the amazing mosaics that told the story of Adam and Eve through the Resurrection. The total effect was bringing light into the dark interior of the awe inspiring building. They paid extra to see the four horses that had unwillingly galloped all over Europe through the centuries as a symbol of power, from Constantinople to Rome to Paris and finally back to Venice. The horses also symbolize ...