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3 bedroom apartment, 2 bathrooms. Close to St Marks square
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The Rialto Market was up at the top of my lists for places to visit, as I had read it had the highest concentration of fish vendors in the city, including produce as well. I arrived around 6:30am one morning as they were still setting up to begin at 7am. Wandering around, I was able to get right up close to the huge piles of ice that the men were slamming onto the tables, covering with decorative lettuce and then all of their ...
... by the very kind owner, Pietro.
Again, we were fortunate with accommodations. Great location, right on the canal, quiet and clean. Having spent a tranquil few days in the mountains, we needed to get used to the crowds and busy pace of this popular tourist town. We had practiced some Italian phrases, but found that the wait staff were predominately English speaking with signs and menus in English. Our attempts to order gelato in ...
... hostel earlier.
Walking along each canal is the same but different some have a path between then building and the water and some the building is straight onto the water. There are bridges of different shapes and sizes depending on the size of the canal. The gondolas looked so cool but as I didn’t have
anyone to share the fare and didn’t want to sell a kidney to pay for it, I just had to enjoy them from the land.
... meandering about which made for some interesting shots for me. Bianca bought some masks. A pleasant area and we enjoyed it - the obligatory pizza or panino choice awaited us for lunch with which we obliged sitting in a lagoonside cafe. Plenty of nice little piazzas to see, well worth seeing. Caught the vaporetto back to San Alvise.
Dianne & I decided to go for a walk together as the kids took a break. We wanted ...
... a nice little restaurant with an attentive young host. We had tortellini with rabbit & a quiche with soup, green beans & shrimp.
After lunch we walked to the Canale delle Navi waterfront overlooking the island of Murano and Isola di San Michele. Despite overcast skies, the views were magnificent and, since these were the less travelled neighborhoods, there were no crowds to fight to see the ...