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Thinks just keep getting curiouser and curiouser. Alice in Wonderland is not a bad analogy because things are never as they seem here in Venice. It seems as if there are multiple versions of Venice, but like standing in a house of mirrors you are never sure which one is real. There is obviously the tourist version. A place where competing bands …
... We all thought we would have to get a loan to eat there, but it was very yummy inexpensive food and heaps of it! We booked for lunch today as well, but I think if I eat lunch there I won't have any room for our New Year's Eve dinner!! We have booked in to a restaurant at the Hilton tonight which is right across from San Marco square, so we can sit in warmth and watch the fire works without the thousands of people!!......good thinking Kerry It's 7.30am ...
... and had pointy colander-shaped roofs.
I reached the first wide street I’d seen heading across the island so I turned left here. It was a good choice because I ended up right at the waterbus docks, waited only about 15 minutes, and then rode back to Venice. I had a prime seat, outside and in front, so I took tons of pictures on the way back to the apartment.
Italy, and most of Western Europe I believe, went off daylight savings time ...
Where else would you have a wet day, but the city built over the water?
Wet but not cold, it was time to don the wet weather jacket and go back into the shorts, being the practical person I am.
Firstly went to a Murano glass factory to see a demonstration and then travelled by water taxi onto the main island. Given the rain Daryl, David and I decided to check out the museums, so into the Correr to check out the rooms of the palace and the history of Venice. Walked right into ...
... the Grand Canal and get out again so imagine a marina which is really just a sleepy boat yard, with pink geraniums in pots around the dock and a handful of old yachts packed up for the winter and that would pretty much describe our new home.
We don’t mind though because with any luck we can have the water-maker and the autopilot repaired and the two guys who run the yard seemed really helpful.
You can see St Marks Square in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAntico Panada Venice
So close to the main square you could spit on it. Tidy rooms with everything you need, including window out to the street. A rabbit warren to get about, but no big deal.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.