Hotel Al Gazzettino
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... we struggled, carrying the cases up, over and down the other side of the road. Roisin has already decided we would not be repeating this route in reverse tomorrow morning to catch the bus to Marco Polo airport. Regardless of cost, and against my principles we were taking a taxi!!
On checking in at the hotel, the receptionist said that I had a message from another guest. She handed me a rather sturdy large gift bag. A note was attached:
... not have asked for better weather for our stay.
The Tower was a great platform for photography and orientation in Venice. Last time we were here it was under refurbishment and we not get up there.but it is ideal for looking over the rooftops and seeing the length and breadth Venice. Thoroughly recommended early in a visit to take full advantage of he views.
The gondola ride is of course de rigeur and we were fortunate to have a personable ...
Can you be in love with a city? Because I think I am!
There are not enough adjectives to describe this watery world. I knew it would be unique, but the pictures, which are stunningly charming, can not recreate the atmosphere of this well-maintained 1,000 year + old city brimming with history and oodles of charm. Although Venice was chock-full with crowds, we felt very safe. The city is clean, the food is expensive and the ...
... But we did scout out the cruise terminal area as we passed by it.
It's now 4pm, we've been on the go all day and haven't eaten since breakfast. Yep, we found another pizza joint for dinner as our last dinner in Venice.
Tomorrow we head for the ship, first stop is Dubrovnik, Croatia.
I suspect blogging will become sparse from this point on as wifi will be tougher to find.
Until then.. so long.
... to carry on to our final destination. We were headed for 3749 Ponte Chiodo, a B&B run by Matthia Baseggio. Matthia is the MAN. Though we arrived after he departed for the afternoon, he left us with a care package in the form of an envelope with our room key, a personal greeting, and some restaurant/wine bar recommendations, in his words, 'where the locals go’. We settled into our new digs, and I had to pop ...