Hotel Ca' Dogaressa
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Great location in Venice. Relatively easy walk from the station with bags. Right on the canal and they set up their breakfast on the edge of the canal. Nice hotel inside it is clean and has cute features. Free internet. Decent price for Venice.
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Today we said goodbye to all our family in Italy. It's always sad to say goodbye because we have grown to love these people so quickly and we don't know when or if we will see them again. We had lunch with the Vendrogno family at an awesome pizza restaurant. The pizzas are super thin with crusty edges and lots of cheese and fresh tomato puree. We …
... now chalked up 285 kms on the trip so far, with a whole more to go.
just before I go, I had to add this to my wtf file - it is an inflatable statue, part of an art exhibition in Venice - maybe you can figure it out, too me it just way to wacky :/
Got an early start tomorrow, heading off to Zermatt, a small Swiss village in the alps that is home to the Matterhorn. Hopefully the kids will see some snow.
... which, when we finally found it, cost 1.50 euro each to use. Note to self - make sure you do not need to go to the toilet whilst out and about in Venice - lol
Our host turned up and after a short 5 min walk we arrived at our apartment which was just outside the Piazza San Marco (St Marks Square) and directly on top of one of the main gondola hire points in the city. The apartment is very spacious and comfy and thankfully with being on the 3rd floor and double glazing ...
... hardly notice, as you are too busy staring at roof, walls and anywhere that is painted.
The room is, quite simply, amazing. And it’s not just the most famous scenes that you find yourself staring at. Michelangelo included his own image on one wall. Somewhat morbidly, his face is discernible in the flayed skin held by Saint Bartholomew. Poor old Bart was of course, skinned alive, but in martyrdom, he holds his skin to show that he no longer needs it. Or something like ...
... it. Four backpackers, including a small 12 year boy, covered in rain clothing and fully loaded with haversacks, front and back, was quite a sight for the passerby. We had lunch at an Indian restaurant run by a Bangladeshi. The owner did his best to convince us that we need to spend 25 € each to get a fulsome meal, but we managed at less than 1/4th cost. We stepped out again into the rain and completed our small walk in the wet. This ...