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Travel Blogs from Sarmeola
... We had another night in Venice in a different area, just behind San Marco. A lovely family run small B&B, had a pizza for dinner from the restaurant next door and our last ice cream from the corner. We then wandered into San Marco to have our last look around and back home to bed.
Next morning was a travel day. We had a short walk to the Rialto Bridge where Mike and Jen got a Vaporetto to the main Bus Terminal to go to Trevisso ...
... key indicator was price. If something was really cheap and too good to
be true - it was most likely fake. If there any a time to be very
conscious of knocking things off shelves, it was now. In murano. With
some pieces worth thousands of dollars it would not be ideal to smash
them into the ground! Even smaller bits can be worth hundreds and still
not money I would like to throw away!
The pieces in every store were
so ornate and previous. We ...
... because these are fairly narrow. We checked in at the hotel and left our luggage since check-in wasn't until 2pm.
We opted to walk to St. Mark's Square and just take in the site's. We didn't bother much with a map, as getting lost was a goal, although we did want to ensure that the general direction was maintained. From our hotel to the square was all of a 30 minute walk, and we are almost at the opposite end of the island. We passed the Rialto Bridge and took in the sites ...
... its pizza, to the extent that it has been claimed to be the worst pizza in the country (but, come on -- even the worst pizza in Italy is probably some of the best you've ever had, right?). This place, however, was specifically a pizzeria, so we hoped it would pan out (ha ha ha - that's the sort of pun Konrad tells). In fact, it did: the 'za was delicious, the Prosecco was as tasty as the one from lunch, and the ...
... of a different country or continental landform). This version’s theme as set forth by David Chipperfield, this year’s director, was “Common Ground”. Each architect/curator was given the freedom to express this idea in any fashion they chose. One of the first exhibits we saw was a news stand that had mock “Newspapers” printed up with stories of the Biennale by the artist. At first, we watched in confusion as patrons picked up the curated ...