Ca' San Polo
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... at pictures for the last six months made it all familiar but in person it was really impactful. We got off at our stop, San Marco, and followed our directions to the B&B toting our carryon luggage. That's right! Be impressed, yall! We went to Italy for 18 days and packed light enough to travel with both of our suitcases in the compartment right above our heads. Grace, the owner of the Corte Campana B&B is from California and married an Italian with ...
... we came here. Hands down, favourite city! Our first day we got here around noon and it was a beautiful hot, sunny day. There was a chance of showers for our second day so we tried to see as much as we could that first day just to be safe. The city is fairly small, but it takes awhile getting to places because of the little "streets" and bridges. We walked past lots of churches (we found they all seem to look the same on the outside), piazzas (here they are called campo's), ...
Back to the story of Venice and our sloping hotel room. It is a very beautiful hotel, we are on level six, but there are only three levels in this hotel. Some how Villa Igea is a separate building to levels 1, 2 and 3 . That building, the sister building is on the water front and is where we have breakfast and is called Hotel Savoia Jolanda. Not sure why but it works.
For me, bit of a late afternoon blogging time and giggle at the sloping ...
... we sweat off 5lbs. Going from Iceland to Venice made for serious acclimatization. Venice has amazing water public transit system and we were able to stumble across our correct stop (rather than the one we were suggested at the airport)...that could have made for A very long afternoon. The streets were packed and busy. We learned a few days later that about 70% of The Venice population, on any given day, is tourists. I don't think we were really ready for ...
... this, I would've made a reservation earlier that day. As it was, we barely got a table and we told we would have to vacate by 8:45 because the table was reserved for later (which wasn't really a problem, 3 hours is plenty of time for fast eating Americans). The two ladies behind us in line, also without reservations, were told to come back at 9pm.
Since it was our last night, we decided to go all out with dinner. We started with a ...