Borgo Ronchetto Relais & Gourmet
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... the extend of it. Ahh well, the scenery was lovely although there were some canals that were a little bit smelly - adds to the ambiance! We paid our 80 euros at the end of the trip - which I thought was very trusting of the gondola driver, what happens if you haven't got the cash?? Anyway we never had to find out, so that was a good thing.
And lastly, on this huge day out in Venice, we did the Doge's Palace. Fascinating stuff here. Funny story number 2 for the ...
... on his spaghetti. We saw shops with impressive glass chandeliers, starting at 1000 euros. We've seen similar glass chandeliers in our hotel rooms in Venice and Florence. Then we went on to Burano and bought four lace tablecloths for Sean's oak oval table. The condos in Burano are painted in bright pink and light purple hues. These colors would not be allowed in my HOA. On the ...
... when I asked them to spell it....he says he knew what they were saying all along. Then Greg got explaining cricket (the game), and because the terms were so unknown to me, I got giggly and told him I was pretty sure he had been speaking Harry Potter....John was embarrassed about that, too....I had the BEST time. They seemed to as well. They both had books that they never read a word of. Greg loves to read James Bond books....much better than the movies he says...and when he said ...
... heavily populated as well, so it's hard to tell what is considered a main "street" and what isn't. However, we thought today when we were out we would give it one last attempt, and just stumbled upon it. To make matters worse we recognized the street is was on and definitely walked past it yesterday. There we ate the most delicious lunch (pictured below).
Overall, we have found that the most enjoyable experiences with Italians have been ...
... here or pretty much anywhere else - so I had to sneak them in all day. The outside of the Basilica was probably the prettiest I've ever seen - covered in colorful marble and varied sculptures. Next to the Basilica is the Doge's Palace. It was pretty but wasn't as nice as any of the other palaces I've seen. It had a dungeon, but it just added gray and gloom to an underwhelming palace. As I said, it was pretty, it just wasn't as pretty as others. Gabriele wanted to read all of ...