Best Western Biasutti
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... were sentenced to life in prison and escorted from the court to jail, they would sigh as they crossed the bridge, because it would be the last time they would ever see Venice. It was the perfect way to spend our last night in Venice, topped off by a hot chocolate on the walk back. I loved our time here, so peaceful and quiet at night time, it's dead silent without any car or traffic noise. I do say that I would miss grass and trees after a while though ...
14 hours in the air, 3.5 hours on a train, 2 hours on a water taxi brought us to this place Trattoria da Ramano. A year ago Lara and I stumbled across a Anthony Bourdain show in which he travels to Burano and eats the risotto at Trattoria da Ramano. I wouldn't be lying if I said that we planned at least half of our honeymoon around getting to this small island outside of Venice to have it.
Thankfully all of our connections were ...
Another nice early morning to try to beat the crowds into Venice for the day. After breakfast we hopped on an 8:00 bus to head out to the islands of Venice. The bus was very crowded as we were among all the peak hour workers heading in too. Once we got off the bus we began our walking tour with Hugh. It was amazing to see no cars, no roads, only footpaths, canals and lots of bridges! Hugh pointed out to us signs giving directions to places and signs that ...
... services where you can store your luggage for 6 euros for the first 5 hours and .90 euro cents for each hour after. So after purchasing our ticket and checking our luggage we started exploring Venice again.
We had been a little disappointed with Venice the first time but I think the problem there was in that we were stuck in the tourist area and that we were pretty jet lagged. We ended up finding a little cafe near the train station that ...
... hedonism and the outrageous over-pricing left me cold. I kept wondering what Yusuf or Mr Bakali from Malawi would make of it all. How could I ever explain to them the glitzy fashion shops, the astonishingly expensive and underwhelming food and the casual indifference of strangers for each other? Lest I come across as a hypocrite, let me openly state that of course I am one. I love my fine food, nice clothes and life of luxury as much as the next Western person, but Venice ...