Hotel Al Gazzettino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Well its 5 pm and its been a long day to get to Venice. Munich weather conditioms delayed our departure. We boarded on time but sat for 75 minutes being the 20th aircraft in line to take off. I must say after the excitement of snow and it snowing, the Alps, free airport wi fi amd before the excitement of being in Venice was watching the "icing" of …
... shaped church was built in 1630 at the end of the plague that raged through Venice and this church is dedicated to our Lady of Health. This is not a big tourist site so not many people walking this way.
After a coffee and hot chocolate to warm us we headed to St Marks Square, queues were long for the clock tower, even in winter, so we skipped that idea. There was even a huge line to get into the cathedral, (which I don't recall ...
... here. Nice to look though.
Went to a little place down a tiny alley Osteria Bomba which looked hopeful, in an off the track sort of way. Haha had loads of Asian students and Americans in there. What a hoot. Serves me right for thinking I could be different. Spinach Ravioli w sage butter sauce for me and Pork schnitzel w pizzaiola sauce and polenta for Rex. He nearly suffered chip deprivation syndrome. I had to eat all the capers out of his sauce…
... want to get it from him!! After a good rest we set out again to look at the Rialto Bridge area – very crowded as there are lots of market stalls there. I bought a tie gift and Craig bought some drugs for his cold. It was lovely wondering by the water near the Ca D’Or etc. We also had another small stop at a bar – nice aparol again. Back home for another rest. I am listening to a great audible ...
... of darker and smaller alleys than we had already walked through, bringing us to the door of an apartment in an alley that had no name, just off a small canal in the same sestiere of Dorsoduro. We would find out later that Jakobo himself, although a native of Venice, had probably gotten a little lost when leading us to this apartment – because we found that the most direct way from that apartment to his apartment was quite short and easy. Jakobo showed us the ...