Hotel Al Fogher
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... di Carozza. The air was already definitely cooler, a welcome change. This part of Italy is Trento Aldige, and has more of a Swiss or Austrian feel about it. Back in the car and were supposed to be heading for Cortina. Very windy roads, hairpin bends, and dangerous drops as well as roadworks where they were cutting pine trees that had been damaged in the heavy snowfalls. We stopped at passo Rollo for a coffee and a use of the toilette. The ...
... the island on our own. Just as the crowds began to really swell (cruise ships arriving) we were whisked off to the Island of Burano. Burano is essentially a fishing village made famous for the colourful houses (matching the fishing boats) and lace. We enjoyed an amazing multi-course lunch at a family restaurant: Raspo de Uvo (The Bunch of Grapes I think?), with wines and apperitiff! A little time to wander the island and walk if our lunch was very relaxing, back to Lido ...
... make eye contact with a barista and put in your order. The caffe latte was perfecto! When a space opens on the counter, they place your drink down (always a small cup on top of saucer and a place with a spoon.) You enjoy, find your way to the cashier, pay, and then you are off - Ciao! Gratzi! (For most of the locals, they would come in and order an espresso, drink it like a shot, pay their .90 euro cents and off they went. Sometimes we would ...
... and I wanted to do was get some food, Lucy pointed us in the direction of one of her favorite places to eat so we went that way, we ended up by the Rialto Bridge and chose a nice Italian restaurant in the middle of a square to eat, I ordered a ham, cheese and mushroom calzone, it was the last type of Italian food I had to tick off of Italian foods to eat in Italy! and a wine (it wasn't even midday yet!) after lunch we went for a walk around all ...
... non-traveller or layman who has little geographical knowledge would identify with it. First of all,Venice is famous for the gondola. Since the entire city is surrounded by canals (waters deemed toxic due to sewage content) and cars are forbidden on the island, the main method of transport is the gondola. Gondoliers, adorning striped shirts, hats and sometimes an accordion to serenade riders, are Family-owned businesses that are ...