Hotel Al Duca di Venezia
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... I stuck to eating ciccheria, like the Italians - standing up at the bar, and ordering little sandwiches and other appetizers displayed behind the glass.
As for nightlife, it is pretty dead once the tourists go to sleep because the local workers apparently take the train to the Mestre on the mainland, or the boat to Lido (a more residential and trendy nearby island with beaches and local's bars). However, there is a University in Venice, ...
... not a big shopper when I travel, I prefer having nice meals in a nice restaurant, particularly old restaurants. There is always something fascinating for me about old places. The vibes are just different, the taste of the food and the specialties one can only find in such places. I could spend a fortune for a meal or indulge in drinking expensive bottles of wine. This is travelling for me. Not just looking and taking pictures of the scenes but a deeper, up close ...
... creepy, before eventually bringing us to the exit.
We headed for the Campanile. I had seen on the website it cost 6 euros, and we just had enough cash on us to pay, as it said ready money please. So we waited in line - the line actually moved fairly quickly. We saw a lady go past walking her dog in a stroller! Obviously, Bella, you are getting mistreated!!When we got closer i saw a sign and it said 8 euros! ****! So simon madly went running around the square to look for an atm. ...
... the 12th century, and functioned as a women’s shelter while the portico sheltered beggars – hence the name. As if that weren’t enough, the interior was amazing as well. I started experiencing withdrawals, so you know what time it was – gelato stop!. Gelateria il Doge was the stop at the south end of Campo Santa Margherita, and it is consistently ranked top 5 in the city. One taste ...
... There were lifesize balloons made of glass, huge flowers, statues of people, and anything else imaginable. There was one guy working, and he kept heating the glass, then rolling it, and then heating it again. We didn't stay long enough to see what he was making, but it was very clear that they took their time and were extremely precise and detail conscious, just like the italian culture in ...
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