Ca' del Moro Foresteria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I visited Venice today, because I wanted to ride around the famous Grand Canal. When I arrived to the departure area, I saw the water. It was amazing. When getting on the boat, and it taking off, it was so relaxing. Listening to the boat moving along the water. It was a relaxing place to ...
... garden, nibbling lite sandwiches, sipping Aperol spritz and talking art - happy!!
Hopped on vaporettas again and lucky to get front outdoor seating so decided to just sit there and ride it to end of line and return. Went to Lido and back on yet another gorgeous sunny day.
Eventually found San Juan Trattoria (very hard to remember one lane from another!!) to eat a light pasta and yet another yummy pizza.
Lovely Venese ...
... it's back to the hotel, again via back alleys through the square of the Million (Marco Polo's nickname, because he was thought to tell millions of lies. Ah what these back streets may have lived and seen! You see, that's what fascinates me about Venice, because the history feels as though it is just on the other side of reality and with one push you could step through! Well off to dinner and try and upload some photos for you lovely readers. I wish you a merry ...
... because Rome is sooooo beautiful. We were talking about cities the other day which we really loved, and most cities have something great about them, but we think that mostly what attracts you to a city is the way it makes you feel. Different cities do it for different people, and some of the cities our friends or families have loved, we haven't. The same goes for ones that we have loved - others don't see anything special. I think it's very personal, and it depends on ...
... water was so much better. The streets of Venice are so small that there is no vehicles or scooters so you have to walk everywhere. In a way this was good as we would find interesting canal stops, little alley ways and lovely masquerade shops. We experienced an earthquake while sitting at our breakfast table in our hotel. It lasted 15-20 seconds and no one else around us was fussed that the building was shaking. Dan and ...