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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.
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... get off. It was then just a short walk to our hotel with the last little bit being down a narrow alley.
First impression is that Venice is absolutely beautiful in every way. And it is, but I would never want to live here. Very crowded, no greenery as there is little space for ...
... few moments later a priest appears looking hither and yon for his bag. Italian explains its been taken away. Off the priest goes in search of his episcopal undies and toothbrush, and the Italian turns to us four and says (I think triumphantly) "See? We all pray to God and he sends one of his men".
So that was our journey to Roma. Driver waiting for us and whisked us through hair-raising rush hour traffic and out into the countryside to the wedding venue, Borgo di Tragliata. ...
... papacy. (Mary, don't worry, "O Virgin Blest" was going through my mind yesterday and I even got to explain to another traveller of the significance of St Catherine.) 10.30 We're on our way to Venice. I can hardly believe it! We pass lots of tobacco farms. Some are being harvested. Bob commented that they need a lot of tobacco because nearly everyone smokes! 11.45 Very mountainous travelling through the Apennines. 12.30 Lunch stop at Cesena. Lots ...
... buried in the garden here with her many beloved dogs.
We finished off our exploring with the traditional gondola ride through the canals and and an Italian dinner. Pasta and Chianti naturally.
Lots of wonderful moments experienced and memories created.
Ken's highlight...gelato on the Grand Canal.
Paul's...people watching whist partaking of a chilled refresher during happy hour
Tomorrow we cruise...whoo ...
... it isn't automatically the drink of choice the world over). The food arrived promptly and was tasty, proving vegetarians can enjoy Northern Italian food too.
Our lunch was quite leisurely and by the time we'd finished off the last of the Prosecco, it was nearly time to meet the woman who was showing us to the apartment, so we begrudgingly put our packs back on and began the walk ...