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Walking out of the Venezia Saint-Lucia train station is one of those 'stop and appreciate' moments. Straight away you're hit with the sight of old buildings, old bridges, old canals - oh and about 97 billion tourists. Luckily for us, we had chosen a hotel near the station so there was no traipsing over stepped bridges or through narrow winding …
I have been captivated all trip by the number of cocker spaniels that we have seen throughout France and in Milan - it seems that everyone either owns a spaniel or a golden retriever!!!
Needless to say, I was very excited to see this gorgeous black cocker greet us from his spot right underneath the check in desk at our Venice hotel - his …
Venice's "nickname" is La Serenissima, "the most serene." We're feeling pretty mellow ourselves on this perfect fall day, our last full day here. A few more special churches, more scenic vapporetto rides, more sunny piazza peoplewatching are on the shortlist.
The Frari, the 14th century brick church of the Franciscans across from our apartment, was first stop. Every morning we watch neighborhood Venetians cross its stone campo. It lacks the glitter of ...
... of time for a walk . Throw back a couple of Mini Budwiesers's and a baby lemonade, mmmm shandy and we go exploring.
The funny thing is, we came up in the lift, so when we go out we think we are walking down six flights of stairs, (Steve took the lift before) The stairs only go down three levels, gosh we are confused. As long as we find the front door, and can find our hotel room, lets not think about the levels in the hotel !
... in minerals - certainly the fish look very happy and big. We considered fishing but with a hefty €50 price tag for the permit we instead hired a rowing boat and paddled out to the island monastery. On the way back we floated around whilst eating our boat picnic. Soaking it all up. Swim is a possibility but the ambient temperature has dipped somewhat (thank god we didn't ditch the duvet!) so maybe a big toe or two will suffice.