Borgo Ronchetto Relais & Gourmet
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We today slowly after a huge day yesterday. We first decided to go to St Marks square, as we were walking along we found this little lolly store where my dad got an extremely long liquorice strip and my sister bought a long colourful strip of this colourful chewy thing. We quickly stopped into a supermarket to buy a few things when we saw the coke bottles with names on them. It was so funny as the names were ...
... a ride, this is one lucrative business for someone!! Every passenger on the many huge cruise ships in the harbour must take a ride as part of their itinerary, because there were no shortage of very large tourist groups having rides (interestingly many of the people we saw were playing with mobile phones, rather than looking at the sights, which is a huge waste of money!!). The history of the city is interesting, with it having been a serious trading empire, religious ...
... in, covered in sweat from the afternoon humidity. The small woman smiled and asked if I’d like something iced: she could prepare me a mint with ginger infusion, a lemon-green tea or a red fruit and licorice herbal blend (I went with the latter) and sat outside, watching the small hourglasses drip that she had brought me to time the tea to the strength I desired. She was thrilled to explain to me all of the varieties she had that I had never heard of ...
Wandering through San Marco trying to find anywhere (and failing) that would seat a single table (they really are buggers for that though I can understand maximising covers) I saw a rather lovely dress. Trouble is if it was available anywhere near my size it would look like a sack on me. ...
... buildings really is a spectacular sight. There is a reason the Grand Canal is called "grand." Duh.
No cars. At all. Can't say that I missed and or would ever need one. As soon as I started thinking about that, I was like wait! how do they get goods around this maze? What if you needed a new couch with all this stairs, narrow walkways, and bridges? Turns out that this is the city of people who have mastered the art of ...