Ca' Maria Adele
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We left the Dolomites behind us and drove to Venice, a 2 hour leisure drive on the extensive highway system that connects all of Italy (130 km/hr limit). Since we were already in the north-east of Italy, a quick two day visit of Venice made sense. Our accommodation was an AirB&B apartment in Mestre, the less expensive mainland suburb of Venice. We arrived there at 4 pm. After unloading the car, we quickly realized ...
... like the first time a modern, lesbian identity emerged and was publicly visible. The art seems to celebrate androgyny or (if you’ll excuse the heteronormative labels) very masculine women.
The other place that was just incredible was the Palazzo Fortuny. It’s a decaying Gothic castle with water seeping in through the basement. The original brick is exposed. The lighting is dingy. Egyptian artifacts, Dutch Old ...
... We did the standard Rialto Bridge photo.
No walking back for us, a 7 Euro each investment saw us on the ferry back to the train station.
A great idea as we were able to see lots of different buildings and all the gondolas (80 Euro for 30 mins!)
Lots of tourists getting into trouble for not validating their ferry tickets, a 59 Euro fine for not doing it!
We woke up late today because we stayed up writing to yall while drinking wine and cracking up. I apologize to my grammar police friends but these international keyboards don't allow me to capitalize and add punctuation when needed. I know it is bothering my mother and Krystal!
Last night we went to a jazz bar for some drinks and it was very interesting. The bartender looked like an old vampire out of True Blood. We sat between a few Polizia and a Russian prostitute. We ...
... into the Hotel Flora and after a drink in the bar we all made our way to a nearby trattoria for the most amazing homemade pasta and Italian wine. Night had descended so after dinner Alex and I took a walk around the Venetian streets and ended up at Piazza San Marco which was absolutely beautiful. We stumbled upon the Bridge of Sighs which was beautifully lit at night, then grabbed some gelato for the walk back to the ...