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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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... otherwise we’ll find ourselves snacking all day which is nice but not good!!
For this evening we ate in the buffet as neither of us had the energy to get ready for dinner. The excitement must have already worn off Heidi and her chums as we did not hear a peep from them all night.
Tomorrow we dock in Split, Croatia where I hear the weather is not looking too good. Ever the optimist it is only weather. Weather can change…unlike our dinner ...
... through a blackberry jungle for about 800m beside the road. It eventually opened out a bit, but an episode altogether best forgotten . . . We were keen to be away once back at the parking lot and everyone is eager to go back to France. They are missing the food, although every one has liked the cheap focaccia bread, and the fresh pasta has been great. We stopped at a Lidl and Barry bought another 5 cartons of cantuccine which should keep him happy for ...
... the FREE & civilised exhibitions. Civilised in as much as there were no crowds, no queuing & no admission fee. As a bonus the exhibitions were really interesting. The first was "Napoleone Martinuzzi Venini 1925 - 1931. This was a glass display with all the artists original drawings on show. The other was an exhibition by Marc Quinn, an incredibly talented, young artist who works with marble, bronze, concrete and oils. His paintings & sculptures were amazing & ...
We had decided to have a quiet day today - a chance for M to recuperate properly, to wash and get organised for our next adventure to Venezia. We had another slow start and brunched about 11:00. I wanted to go into C di S, to have a look in a clothes shop for a jumper - my tracksuit top is a bit tight and not dressy. I had not expected so much cool weather and didn't pack enough warm gear.
No luck there, so we got some money for M and L ...
... of well-dressed Romans briskly walking home from work was much like desperately fighting your way through a raging forest fire, although at least in a forest of smooth, rich Marlboro trees.
While we did meet a number of friendly and helpful people, most of whom did not seem nearly as reluctant to speak English as we had heard (although they were far less receptive to Spanish than I had imagined when I repeatedly lumped the two languages together like Greek brothers ...