Albergo Ristorante Al Giardinetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... by vineyards and gorgeous old churches. We tasted the local grappa and prosciutto before heading back to the ship for lunch. Today we were meant to dock in Ancona, Italy but the sea is so rough that we are sailing straight through to Split in Croatia. A day at sea so we have just finished a Trivia competition and heading to lunch before we have a body massage at ...
Up pretty early, though not as unspeakably early to catch sunrise as perhaps I hoped (??) Still the square at 8am on a Friday is quiet. Despite the photo blogs saying hang round, have an early coffee, all you can find is other coffee starved amateur snappers. Pretty much first in line for the palace, pretty amazing though I am suffering from Tintoretto-itis Spent a good while on ...
... off my bucket list (although I would like to one day go back). 2) Taking some amazing pictures of the gondolas and incredible canals. 3) Buying a mask for Carnival (see pictures). 4) Experiencing a man-made city which uses only boats and walking to get from place to place (completely different from what any American is used to). Although the weather didn't cooperate, Venice was a blast and I hope that I will be able to one day return to this beautiful city and experience it once again. ...
... called "vitello tonnato," which literally means "veal tuna." Sounds weird yes, but tastes sublime! Thin slices of veal tenderloin cooked perfectly and chilled, laid out on the plate and topped with a tuna aioli, made with confit tuna bits and fish oils. Finish it with some gorgeous capers and you have yourself one of the first known dishes of "surf n' turf"! Following the primi, we had two pastas, which D had been craving since, oh, January... We ordered the two specials of the ...
... to go up to the Rialto Bridge. The boat was a mad crush, but luckily we wheedled our way into a good position right by the entrance to the boat and had a good view as we wound our way up the canal. We got off and walked the back streets, stopping for a sit down for a drink. It was hot! I still couldn't resist looking in jewellery shops; Lyn was so patient,and I got myself a cheaper glass pendant as well.
We thoroughly enjoyed wandering the back streets. It ...