Borgo Ronchetto Relais & Gourmet
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... wet, but that did not stop us or the other million tourists in Venice. We toured through the Doges Palace. The political centre when Venice was ruling its own state before the unification of Italy. We crossed over the Bridge of Sigh's from the Doges palace to the prison. The bridge allowed the prisoners their last view of freedom. A ferry ride down the Grand Canal to the Rialto Bridge. The first bridge of Venice, that is now lined on both side with ...
... then later lunch. Came back to the hotel for a rest then went for a 45 minute glide through the canals on a gondola. It was beautiful and so comfortable and we saw even more sights of Venice. We then had a coffee, walked around Venice more and had tea about 6.30. Phillip had an enormous calzone for tea - he gave it 9 out of 10!!! After more walking, back to the hotel about 8pm. Another wonderful day in ...
... though, we can here the birds and boats on the Grand Canal. Big bathroom with lovely big bath and bidet of course. Had a rest before we went out to find dinner. Had a huge pizza and bruschetta. Sue had a glass of white wine and I had a nice red. Surprisingly she didn't fall in the canal on the way home. But as I rely on Sue to navigate we did get a little lost. We probably needed a walk as we had been sitting on the bus and train for a many hours today. Fell into bed ...
... stepped back into the line as if I'd just stepped out for a moment. It seemed to work and next thing I was inside. The basilica houses the remains of St Mark, which were stolen by Venetian renegades from Alexandria over a thousand years ago. The basilica was built to house them. We toured in and out and it was quite a spectacle. Outside again, I popped around the other side of the square to the amazing Doge's Palace. The Doge were ...
... kinds of boats, water taxis, big boats, small boats, and the infamous... Gondolas.After spending my first few hours basking in the glory of Piazza San Marco, the iconic square in the city, I walked around with some Italian gelato melting down the cone and onto my fingers as I captured pictures of the horizon as well as smaller 'alleyways' that led back into the city. (The square was on an exterior end). A walk to the right from exiting San Marco, and ...