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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Venetian path.
This beautifully preserved sanctuary contains amazing masterpieces by Titian and Donatello (Titian is buried here) where it is so much better to enjoy the art in the space for which it was created rather than in a museum.
... a really well-stocked grocery, close to our apt. So, we are able to get what we need to have meals in our apt. The grocery shopping does Jackie in, so she heads back to the apt. And I head off to find lunch. I try out a place in St. Margaretha's Sq. They have wifi, but the food is only OK and it's a bit pricey. After lunch, I wander around. Venice is really enjoyable, especially off the main tourist attractions. For some reason, there are not ...
... saw that we could take number 7 around the other way to San Marco, so we did that. It was a nice and scenic ride and we even got seats! We got off at San Marco, and well, this area was not the charming Venice we had been experiencing. It was super crazy crowded with tourists, vending stands, etc.... We did go ahead and pass through though, and decided to walk the rest of the way to see some more stuff instead of changing boats to go the rest of the way. There are ...
... and a recap on our favourite parts of the trip it was time to go back to our rooms and finish packing. While packing we put on some good music and made the most of our last night in Italy. I have to admit that I am very ready to go home, I miss my family and my cat, and i miss food with garlic. There is a part of me that never wants to leave Italy but so much sightseeing has worn me out and going home and sleeping in my bed is something to look ...
... is usually in there watching football (the soccer kind) on TV when she's not cooking. We’ve been a couple of times for very good basic Italian food. This time, we were in a rush (we thought), so Mike asked if we could get something “Andare” (to go). Italians don’t do “to go” or fast food or anything else, but she was very friendly and nodded before going back into the kitchen.
As we were drinking our ...