Albergo Ca' Alvise
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In a dirty city, a clean place to stay
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... of the city's power * Go to the rooftop of the Basilica to see incredible views. * Private boat tour down The Grand Canal. * Along the water see the famous landmarks such as Rialto Bridge, St John Church, St Paul Church, the Basilica Santa Maria Della Salute. * St Marks Square - the Piazza * Rialto District * Gondola workshop - see where they still make boats by ...
... a colorful lamp shade. They started with a molten ball of glass and through a series of rolling, stretching, twisting and heating, the ball began to take shape. While we were not provided with a detailed verbal explanation of the process, it was apparent that chemicals were added through the process to create the colors and patterns that resulted in a beautiful lamp. I found it interesting to note that the toolset used by these artists were not ...
... anything that could be used to aid the war effort.) Elio DeGianpietro worked for the Italian Guardia di Finanza and we have kept in touch ever since. He lives in Mirano, several miles outside Venice but he no longer works for the Guardia. There is more money to be made in private consultancy so he has been working in private security/investigating.
I received a text from Elio yesterday 2. October to advise me he would be at the hotel THAT NIGHT!! I ...
... was minor flooding. This was obviously a very heavy building sinking slightly faster than the rest of the plaza. The floor inside was quite uneven as is the case with every palace we visited. The ceilings and floors of the Basilica were among the most lovely we have seen so far.
After our walking orientation tour of our new neighborhood, we went to dinner and back to
our hotel, the Serensissima which had a perfect location in Venice.
Italians are so demonstrative in their greetings!
Malcolm’s plane was delayed, so I was glad to see Lizzie and
Tim when they arrived at 6.45pm, so I had some company. When Malcolm cleared
customs we sorted out the rental cars. Had quite a challenge in the carpark,
first working out how to turn the engine on, then doing 2 laps of the carpark
looking for the exit - which we missed on our first lap because we were still