Albergo Ristorante Al Giardinetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... other for it. I am scared of birds and proud of myself for doing it. I did have my eyes closed though. Then we went on our Munaro, Burano and torcello tour. We caught a boat between the islands. Munaro is known for glass making , Burano for the coloured buildings and handmade lace making and torcello only has a church on it and a nice bridge. At Munaro we saw a small demonstration of them making ...
... tour the basilica in San Marco square but with the rain, short time available and inevitable long queues at the Basicila we decided not to go and remained on board. However, Ang went shopping closer to the ship for four face masks for the on board Venetian night. We wandered the ship chatting with people - some we'd met earlier, including at our hotel, a South African a couple and quite a few Australians. Ang and Craig ...
... a meal the previous day so they sought the advice on the best and closest baraco for breakfast. Within minutes Video Girl and Battery Boy were standing at the counter of a tiny bar run by Silvio Dante ordering coffee and toasted sandwiches filled with salami and egg and roasted vegetables. The first couple of sips of espresso coffee had Battery Boy bouncing off the walls and ceiling. A great way to start the day.
After settling in for ...
... good, we can do straight. Two doors down was a gelato shop so we had to make a quick stop for a cup, after all, we were going to be home soon so it wouldn't melt. "Straight" didn't work out for us. After some more wandering I saw a sign for Calle de la Saoneria…this is it! A few more steps revealed it was not it as this street ended in water. Checking the map ...
... part of Venice, the island based bit plus another 30,000 on a few large islands nearby not linked by bridge and only accessible by boat (Murano, Burano, etc). This compares with about 170,000 who live on the mainland, of which about a third of these live in Mestre. Nothing wrong with a bit of context! Most visitors stay in Mestre because it is easy and cheap to get in and out and because they can't afford to stay in Venice!