Hotel Casa Bianca al Mare
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Artste stayed here on Aug 30, 2014 during their trip titled: Last weekend in Jesolo .
... told us about some of the buildings. He was 75 and had lived in Venice all of his life. We were amazed that someone could be so kind, especially considering the huge numbers of tourists that flood Venice each day, it must get so tiring for the Venetians just trying to get on with their daily lives. We have met many lovely people who have helped us on our trip (many volunteering to help without us asking) and who are especially kind to Emma if she goes into a ...
... centuries ago, however they were relocated to Murano, in fear of the city of Venice catching fire.
The island of Burano, was the next stop. Traditionally, the people on this island are known for their lace making and their colourful houses. This made the island very pretty. We strolled around the streets a bit as well as getting some lunch. ...
... other girl, popping in an out of shops selling everything from tiny pigs made of glass to a matching earring and necklace set to giant glass plates.
After this we went to nearby Burano, and it felt a little bit like being vortexted into a tiny Cornish village. Tiny tiny terraced cottages painting every colour of the brightest rainbow were on the island selling Murano glass(and cheaper Chinese imports) and Burano lace (most adorable ...
Temperature, that is, centigrade. Good morning, Venice.
Our day began early so that Barb and Rich could head off to San Marco Basilica in hopes of avoiding long lines. Fortunately, they had shade. We enjoyed a cooked breakfast of eggs, sausage, cheese, rolls, tomatoes, cereal, coffee, tea, and orange juice. At the grand cost of 3 euros each courtesy of a grocery store called COOP.
Rich and Barb headed ...