Albergo alla Campana
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... None of us felt like eating after a big breakfast, but we did need a drink. And a loo stop. Well, this guy turned out to be a real Mr Grumpy-Pants! He seemed particularly unfriendly, like we were a real inconvenience, and I just got the feeling he had zero-tolerance to (non-Italian speaking) tourists.
We finished our drinks (Anna skulled her gross wine) and the pizzas we had to order as quickly as possible, ...
... they can then
chose to stay on as career soldiers. We then went to the end of the road and
across another to the Modern Day Olympic Stadium which was first used in 1896.
It could hold 80,000 people but today can only hold 45,000 and is not even a
We drove to another monument within the city centre Agora which was effectively
a lot of rubble and sadly much of it was covered to assist with their
restoration work even though this site ...
... you, suggesting some ridiculous prices, I'd buy something, no not the €24,000 chandelier, anyway, caught the 10am boat to Venice..
Met our local guide Laura, the lagoon is only 35ft/15mtrs at its deepest point, it is close to the Adriatic sea, viewed the Bascilica of the Virgin Mary then arrived at Palazzo Duccle, which they refer to as Doge's Palace. This is in the Gothic style, it has had to be rebuilt 3 times due to fires,
The entry -14th ...
... Houses so colourful and cute and we spent several hours here wandering around and taking photos (147 of houses - 3 of cats). Quite a lot of tourists in the main areas and some really atrocious selfie posing going on. They have no idea how ridiculous they look. So of course we copied some of them but then couldn't stop laughing.
While waiting for the ferry we had a yummy gelato each and then saw a lady with an extremely cute 3 month old ...
I sort of expected to be disappointed by a touristy city. Maybe it's because I'm in the outer less tourist hit areas but... Wow... It's totally charming, the old medieval/renaissance city really comes through, I recently did a course with TV historian Ruth Goodman and She said I'd lived it & she wax spot on. Moreover it's not a pristine unesco museum piece it's 'Alive' ...