Albergo Ristorante Al Giardinetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Nova - which runs between the bus and train stations and the Rialto Bridge and is crawling with people - this is a quiet area with not a lot of tourists. I took a lot more pictures of canals, boats, and bridges. At this point all the pics look alike, but I just can't stop taking them, it's like a sick addiction. Then I was off to the Doge's Palace where I had reserved a few days ago for the Secret Itineraries Tour. I was lucky to get a spot on the tour ... ...
... tennis and for the record Craig won. A late lunch was had and after the safety drill we got ready for the expected highlight of the day, being the cruise ship trip down the grand canal to leave Venice. we were headed for Koper in Slovenia about 100 nm away. It was the highlight as we travelled slowly controlled by tugs. having seen other cruise ships travel the grand canal we know that it's an awesome sight and so it was too ...
... and cafes along the sides. We walked along looking in the shops, watching the women "tatting" the lace, and reading the menus. We finally selected a place for lunch and since it was still windy we decided to eat inside. We had delicious pasta and beer. By the time we went back outside the wind had died down and the sun was shining brightly. We parted company with Dave and ...
... on their island. As the rain was starting to increase we decided to go. So it was just Sandy and I in this plush private water taxi with leather seats etc on a cruise through the canals of Venice and then a fast plough through the choppy open waters to the island of Murano. The trip took about half an hour.
Once there, we were taken into an area where a very skilled young man was turning molten glass into elaborate vases ...
... at bridge of sighs and went into the Basillica which was cool they ad a whole section of dead people parts which is what makes it a Basillica (not how you spell it but I'm on a bs ATM and everyone is asleep so no one to ask How to spell it. Once we had one this we bought a cheap mask to wear tonight at the mask party. Then we caught the water taxi back and the shuttle bs took us ack to camping jolly. Another meal in the cook tent. Got our mask party on and then off to bed for anther bs ...