Golf Hotel Albarella
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolf Hotel Albarella Rosolina Mare
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... lavish parties of wearing masks & white wigs with glittering ballroom gowns, spinning around the room. Masks were most popular in the 1700's when Venice was Europe's party town, they preserved the anonymity of visiting nobles who did things forbidden to do back home.
There were quite a few paintings by Longhi, some were rather gruesome, not my taste. The view from the palace out onto the Grand Canal must have been really something back in ...
... this happens quite often. We opt to sit at one of the many cafes on the square and listen to the musicians play, enjoy some cappuccino and people-watch. We choose the Caffe Lavena and order Torta de Ricotti and Torta Sacher which are both heavenly. We listen to the musicians playing beautiful love songs like, I Can't Help Falling in Love With You, The Shadow Of Your Smile,, More, Misty. During a break in the music we are serenaded by the ...
... well, in comparison)...because, didn't I mention? Our room was also another 2 stories higher (pictures of all the stairs we conquered below). By the time we got up to the room we were just completely out of breath, sweating profusely and feeling pretty terrible. The cold drink and the moment to relax was so needed and it really made us like our hotel even more.
After our break, we returned to the reception area where the lovely woman ...
... appetizer (which had all kinds of interesting sea creatures - some the waiter/owner couldn't translate), then each of us had a pasta course: rigatoni with ragu, gnocchi scampi and spaghetti seppia nero (squid ink) and, for a second course, we shared a sea bass in a salt crust. Way too much food! But we had to have dessert. So, I asked for a recommendation and was told the tiramisu was the best, his mother's recipe. So, tiramisu it was. ...
... cheaper, but we’ll see. Went through many smaller lane-ways and saw lots of things others may not have seen. Great stuff!
We had lunch of genuine Italian pizza (ie. No more than four ingredients, thin crispy base and no cheap shredded/chopped ham on the bottom) and then went walkabout to find out where the ferry left for Murano (the island which has Murano glassware as well as a couple of other glassmakers). We got lost once, walked through St ...