Hotel Delle Rose
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... put my skills to the test. For breaky we weren't very busy but still did 80 people, lunch was very busy, where 150 people were done in the first hour, it was crazy in the kitchen, a lot of shouting and fast moving. The food was so spectacular for a soup kitchen. On my break i talked to the local homeless, who were very grateful, this would be great for a group of students ...
... of which, while waiting in line to get into St. Mark's we saw this crazy seagull attacking a pigeon. It was vicious! They were fighting on the square and this seagull was practically biting/eating the pigeon until it stopped moving. When the pigeon did start to move a bit, the seagull attacked it again. I have never seen a bird attack a fellow bird like that. It was really creepy, but that's survival of the fittest I guess.
... We decided that we would get food on the way down. We got to the church and it was one of the most beautiful buildings all trip so naturally we took lots of photos. On the walk back down we stopped in at the pizza place. It was so very cheap here and pretty much all of contiki went to him. We left and were back on the road to Venice, but not without a stop at the Barbarino designer shopping outlet. Lots of fun was had here by all the girls. We arrived in Venice with plenty of ...
... were displayed in a table top water fountain and they were delicious of course.
The main attraction to Venice is St. Mark's Square which contains St. Mark's Basilica, The Clock Tower and the residence of the Doge. For 8 euros I took an elevator to the top of the main tower, Campanile, and was rewarded with breathtaking views of the entire city and surrounding islands.While up there the clock struck 3pm and wow, did it get loud as one of the ...
... plaza. A telling piece of art in the form of five statues exhibiting prisoner abuse themes that hold no punches. It's moving. An old ghetto and a new ghetto? The old ghetto is where they lived and it still in use now. Let's walk to it. Look at that architecture. Some of those rooms must barely allow a man to stand! There is still a community here and it is occupying the same district as before. The 'new' ghetto is the plaza where we came from - itself a memorial ...