Hotel Il Burchiello
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Our morning in Venice began with a typical Italian style breakfast buffet in our hotel dining room. It was a smaller selection of options, but delicious nonetheless. It was nice to be able to sit with some of our travelling companions as this hotel offers large round tables, as opposed to the usual four seaters we have had everywhere else. We had a great time sharing travel stories and our plans for the day.
By 8:30 we were loaded onto the coach and headed off to meet ...
... that? It could be seen as a loaded question!! When she asked me ye another personal question about what shampoo I use? I replied: ‘Home and Bargain 2 for 1!’
‘Don’t you mean 2-in-1?’ she asked.
‘No!’ I said. ‘Buy one, get one free!!’
Freshly groomed, we were now ready to face the day. Our plan was to visit the small island of Burano in the Venetian Laguna. Today would be busy in Venice as the P & ...
... students do support two late night neighborhoods which I found through careful research (and Google maps on phone to negotiate the alleys). Cheaper, but nothing spectacular, even on a Friday and Saturday night because the students most sit in groups outside nursing cheap beers brought from home, rather than mingling in the bars. C'est le vie. So, I have now seen Venice. I get the appeal, but really don't come in August. Next up is:
... central parks in New York sits on these islands. Plus, it's been here for over 1000 years. Amazing!
Leaving San Lucia train station, I immediately am on the Grand Canal - it's a sunny day and simply breathtaking. I cannot wait to hop on a vaporetto and ride the length of the Grand Canal to San Marco Piazza. It's a busy afternoon. True to form this summer, Venice is teaming with tourists just like every other "big" city I've visited thus far. (maybe that says something ...
... only 4 bridges that cross the Grand Canal. After 3 boat changes we finally arrived at San Marco where we saw the famous site of water filling the low parts of the Square.
We strolled around the square marveling at how buildings that hundreds of years ago where a hustling business centre have now been transformed to a major tourist mega. Trinkets shops were set up on the dry segments of the square and designer label shops filled the Piazza ...