Hotel Il Burchiello
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7:00 bags and breakfast then off to Verona.
A pleasant drive down the motorway we passed through the Dolomite mountains and gorgeous Italian country side. We saw many fortresses along the river which were built to protect the river from invaders, often there was a fortress on both sides of the river.
We arrived in Verona just before …
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 ...
The past two days in Venice have been the best!! The city is absolutely amazing and I'm sure of it that there is no other place like it in the world.
I spent my first evening roaming around the dark alleys and quiet canals. I ate a slice of cheap but yummy pizza and grabbed a coffee and dessert. Took a water taxi from the train station to San Marco and walked for hours. It was so ...
... vaporetto schedule and it looks like no service to St Mark's until 9:00, so I stroll the alleyways and watch everyone rushing to work. It is so nice not to be in a hurry.
As I get on the vaporetto to St Mark' s I am congratulating myself for getting up early and getting a seat on the front of the boat, which at this hour does not have too many people on it. The Grand Canal at this time of the morning is wonderful, so few boats and wonderful light. I am ...
... tourists and shops congregate. It was interesting to note that there are NO gondolas in the areas where we walked. Apparently, they are only for tourists (Venetians must walk, use vaporettos or have their own little powerboats).
Away from the hoards of tourists,Venice is still as interesting and picturesque as I'd remembered. What an alien world, however - - everything so old and connected by roads of water. ...