Hotel Dei Dragomanni
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... of them had creatively repurposed a patch of the stone campo as a half court soccer field. There was a perfectly sized cutout in the ancient stone church wall to serve as the goal. Another Grand Canal ride got us home in time to greet smiling Mrs. Ada pulling her shopping cart.
About an hour after Mrs Ada arrived, the candles were lit and the courses started coming. First, plates of six different Venetian cichetti, then the primi of ...
... camera) and click click click . The restaurant just about stopped , the waiters were on the walkway watching , was a lot of fun. Everyone happy and cheering. We had a second bottle of Chianti Classico Red, that went down well, slowly but well. Chats and laughs with the waiters, the table of twenty were a little cross as there meals took forever to come out. But ,was an awesome night. Home again to sleep before our four day visit at Venice. What fun. xxx
... and there were people and luggage everywhere. At this point I was especially glad that my hotel was within walking distance of the station.
It was stinking hot as I wheeled my bag along the cobbled laneway and up over a bridge, glancing along the gorgeous canal as people posed for photos and drank in the unique Venice scenery. Surprisingly easy to find, in no time I was at the delightful Antico Portego B & B, my home for the next 3 nights. A family run ...
... rain so we headed back to the room.
The next day started slow but we eventually made it back to Piazza San Marco to see it in the day light and visit the Basilica. When we got there the whole thing was flooded. I think maybe it was high tide. Everyone was walking around on temporary wooden boardwalks that looked a lot like tables.
This was interesting when tourists decided they would stop half way to take photos, thereby blocking everyone else but we made ...
... turned out not to be a problem as there was a convenient train and we had no worries booking a seat.
As far as doing errands in a city goes, Venice is the one to do them. It is a lovely walk no matter where you are going, even if you make a few wrong turns you are still enjoying yourself. We found the gelato place easily enough and as advertised it was very tasty.
At San Marco’s Square we were able to book our walking tour with the gondola ride and we ...