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TravelPod Member ReviewsCa' Priuli Venice
We got lost on our way from St Marks square and could not believe our luck as an employee of Ca' Priuli asked us where we were going! While checking in we were casually informed that our standard room was upgraded for a suite with a waterfront balcony! The best start anybody could have hoped for.
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... glory today. ( What you can't read in this story is Cashe poking me in the ribs saying enthusiastically Corleoni is the name in the godfather movies- another obsession. I am concerned about the weird pattern growing in my blogs lol!) We also visited the neighborhood of Marco Pollo. Although he is one of the most famous venetians, just a plaque on the wall represents where his house once was. We were now interested to hear his story. At the age of 17 Marco set sail ...
... American couple in here and they insisted on taking our photo outside the shop. Later in the day we stopped in another cafe during a rainy thunderstorm and chatted for a while to a Sth African couple who were proudly telling us of their two week great but scary adventure driving around Italy. We were comparing stories and laughing at often having the same emotions during the experience (fear) lol. In reality though these times were few but I think ...
... outside pocket of the bigger suitcase, I think it would have fit there as well. Arrived in Venice about 1:45. Took the vaperetto (water bus) and when we got off just down a short alleyway to our hotel ... Very convenient! After we settled in, we walked over to Campo di Santa Margherita for a late lunch/early dinner of pizza, salad and wine. Gelato on the way ...
... after death. But I suppose they chose to be commemorated there, so they aren't to feel sorry for. Pompeii was a shabby town, but the archeological site is huge and it takes a full day to see most of the ruins, so you don't particularly need to spend long in the town itself. Being in Pompeii made me wonder about the logic behind archeology and 'recreating' ruins. To what extent do you rebuild an ancient town? The acropolis in Athens and the ruins in Rome have done these ...
... minutes late and run down the stairs at full speed with two overly stuffed backpacks and two shopping bags each. Bus was still there. They had just turned on the engine to leave.
We got SO LUCKY.
And... the bus is fully empty. Just Dan and I... and the bus driver! Back row up for grabs just for us! Nap time engaged!
So here we are... on the bus on our way to Rome! Our last stop! Yay!
Love you Venice.. we will see you again!