Albergo Ristorante Al Giardinetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... floods daily with the high tide. The first leg of our journey took us to Zurich and then from Zurich to Venice. Both flights were delayed due to cross winds in Switzerland and we experienced the uneasy feeling of landing as the plane slid from side to side in the wind.
After a couple of late takeoffs, we arrived in Venice a little later than planned and found the Venice public transportation desk which rather than ...
... 50 for the loo, and off again. In the afternoon, we had the obligatory gondola ride. At €80 for half an hour's paddling and a ready supply of customers at the end, gondoleering seems like a pretty good racket to be in! But its just money - you can't go all the way to Venice and not have a ride in a gondola. In between tramping up alleys and floating down canals we also managed to ...
Ive finally landed in Venice and its been a crazy ride.
Im on this campground right now, and its in the most obscure place imaginable, 45 minutes by public transit (bus), but I did enjoy the ride because Ive never been to italy... Im just in complete awe right now.
I dont really know how Im standing here personally though! I cant have had more than 4 hours of sleep in the past 48 hours. ...
... make sense of the layout of Venice, which is not possible from the ground. But the wind was cold...poor G thought her little nose would fall off! And when the bell rang for midday, right above our head...it was something special! We then crossed in front of the Doges Palace, past the Bridge of Sighs, and up into the Castello region. I don't think I'd realised quite how quickly the tourist streets drop away, and you find yourself in suburbia....and very quiet suburbia on New Years Eve ...
... by train to Florence and then onto Venice. We will not get much of a chance to do any sight seeing today so maybe I can share some of the events that we witnessed along the way.
We have experienced many rude locals and tourists, pushing, jumping the line etc and today was no different. Whilst waiting in the line to purchase our tickets to Venice some business woman managed to work herself in front of me and then con some poor old lady to give up her spot as well! ...