Golf Hotel Albarella
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Well after arriving in venice yesterday we had dinner at the hotel, we took a gondola ride over to St Marks Square just wonderful to see it at night and hear the history about it a late night but it was fun. Woke up early and took a waterbus to murano and watched a guy make a vase and a horse, amazing thing to see and then ...
... were surprised the ship went out to sea via the Grand Canal, right past San Marco Square.
What a sight.We noticed a couple of towers have quite a lean as you will see in the photos.They played Italian songs and listening to Ave Maria as we sailed the Grand Canal was a very special experience.The seagulls flew with the ship and ...
... uneventful. We watched as locals and visitors alike boarded and disembarked at each stop, all hurrying along to their respective destinations. Milano Centrale is a nice, big European train station, and it looked--and smelled--the part! Our mission was to find a SIM card so we would have access to the internet and be able to contact our many hosts here in Italy. Happily, this was not a difficult task, as there was a large electronics store not unlike a Best Buy right smack in ...
... when the lane you chose to walk down suddenly enters into a corner of the Piazza San Marco and suddenly you are in a place that is familiar as you have seen it in movies and here you are in it!! Honestly, if by now you are still not a bit captivated by Venice, then look at my photos. As you can tell, I am smitten with Venice, and so is Sam!
Pre-dinner drinks in the courtyard of our hotel, what a civilized way ...
... right, a very amazing place.
The first task was to get to our AirBnB lodging and drop off the bags. There are no cars in Venice and for good reason - they won't fit. Picture, as you will see, little alley ways that are sometimes only two people abreast in width, and then add to that 30 degree corners and no rhyme or reason to the spiderweb of directions. We followed a map I had printed and compared it to the GPS location on my tablet map - we got tight to our ...