Borgo Ronchetto Relais & Gourmet
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Torcello which is very quiet and mostly wild. The church has the most amazing mosaic depictions of heaven and hell on one wall and saints on the other. Once again, no photography allowed. A short hop away by ferry was Burano - the home of the multi-coloured houses. I got a little bit lost on Burano - too many turns down new streets in search of a good shot. Thankfully the island is small so I eventually found my way back to the ferry. I caught the ...
... we are on shore at a free wifi cafe. We will still write our blogs daily but they won't be able to be published until we back off the cruise unless we purchase internet access which is unlikely. until then arivaderci. For the record today had been another warm/hot day although with a little light scattered cloud but not enough to give shade. Another late night. Craig to sleep at 1.30am, Ang at 2.45am by the time the blog was done and awake again by about ...
I know it's been practically forever since I've updated my blog. Apologies! Since getting to Italy our trip has been a whirlwind of overnight boat rides, shuffling around metro stations, and city hopping in general. Not many places had WiFi, and when they did, I took advantage of it by communicating with my family. Priorities, people. As I'm nearing the end of my trip (6 more days!) I'm becoming more and more anxious to just be home. Air ...
... one...Next we found the Pandora store and I made my first ...
... When we finally arrived in Venice it was nightfall.
At the waterbus ticket office we met three lovely enthusiastic American girls called Samantha, Amy and Chelsea. We caught the waterbus with them to St. Mark's Square, and then exchanged details to meet up the next day.
Joanna and I took out the directions we’d been given by our Airbnb hosts, and tentatively made our way through the deserted ancient streets.
Venice is ...