Hotel Grande Italia
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- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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After traveling all night we arrived in Venice a little after 9:00 a.m. (2:00 Birmingham time). Andrea and Francesco picked us up in two vans and we headed to Chioggia, a seaside and fishing town about 20 miles from Venice. Chioggia is like a miniature (less busy and touristy) version of Venice with channels and narrow streets on the lagoon. It is quaint and beautiful and the locals are friendly.
... Our traveling friends Marty and Bobbie Salina joined us early in the evening from their London, Paris, and Milan excursions. We are glad to connect with them and look forward to spending the next two weeks exploring together. We continue to honor our pledge to try a different gelato flavor every day. So far, I think we are running about four days ahead of schedule. I think we have those gelato farmers working nights, too. Job security - got to love it! Until next time, ...
"You've got to be dreaming" I said to Capitano Yano when he told us we could cruise right in front of St Marks Square and the Doges Palace on our bareboat charter with Trish, Ron, Al and Sandra (not forgetting the 2 dozen bottles of French Champagne left over from the party week in Lucca). So cruising up the canal to Venice was an exciting trip (nightmare for Al the driver) ...speedboats coming towards us at a hundred miles an ...
Today we went to Venice. We took a gondola ride it was for 30 mins. We went shopping and I brought charm bracelets.we looked around at the castle and the city. There were a lot of bridges.On the boat we had a life boat drill.Then we had dinner and went to Fun ...
... weather and some pretty amazing views everywhere we went.
With the conclusion of this trip, I enter my last 3 weeks in a whirlwind of critiques and deadlines and one crazy Easter in Rome. My semester officially ends in 2 weeks with my final review followed by a week of clean-up and frantically visiting the things I have yet to see. More to come as I finish up my classes and do a little more exploring.