Albergo Ristorante Al Giardinetto
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Travel Blogs from Veneto
... all time, is carrot cake (minus raisins.) So much so that she orders carrot cake at all WDW restaurants whenever it is available. It was a delicious meal, and we couldn't ask for better scenery, as it overlooked the canal, and we were seated on the second floor near the windows.
The time was now must past noon, and we had until 6:00 p.m. to explore Venice before our arranged meeting time for transport back to the hotel. There were several excursions offered in ...
... as buffets or freshly cooked. We arrived in Venice at the port about 4 PM. Our luggage was piled onto a boat and taken to our hotel. We were also piled onto a boat and delivered to our hotel which is on the Guidecca canal. It is called the Bauer Palladio. It used to be a convent for wayward girls! It is now a five star hotel with so much character. Our room is small ...
... began to toll and startled all of us up there but it was beautiful. I also went into the massive church and we were not suppose to take pictures and the law abiding Canadian in me didn't, even though pretty much every other person around me was!
The square, the streets, the canals - everything was amazing and when we first stepped ashore here I truly felt like I was in Europe. Amsterdam to Innsbruck were definitely different than North ...
... is a big city and the first thing that is noticed and appreciated in contrast to some of the countries in Western Europe is the width of the roads. They operate a tram system that quite easily shares the roads with car traffic. Budapest straddles the Danube. The Buda side is hilly and is generally associated with its castle and the location of the embassies etc. Pest occupies the other side of the river and is flat. It is where the day to day events of the city ...
... AD. After seeing all we wanted we headed off for lunch.
We'd seen a nice looking place with a garden out the back on the way so headed in there. The food was yummy but the poor waiters! Di managed to let the balsamic vinegar bounce off of a lettuce leaf onto the cloth, and then Pete not to be outdone, decided to rinse the cloth with his glass of Coke Zero. We did leave a tip for their trouble.:)
Next it was off to Burano with another bus/boat ride necessary. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking