Al Canal Regio
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... and bell tower, the latter of which afforded fabulous views of the city. Further up the harbour we found a small boat trip that took us up to the new town and then back around the peninsula to the other side of the city. On our way we passed Tito's Villa which was recently used for filming “Game of Thrones” and a very remote monastery built into the side of the mountain.
We've very much enjoyed our first week of this cruise and are looking forward to week 2 !
... level, but when I spoke to the guy on the desk he
said I needed to be at the East desk so I jogged the 950m back…but couldn’t
find the way to get back to the level I needed, I saw that my plane was leaving
from D7 so I headed back the 950m to the ‘gate’. There was just one older
couple at the gate who explained where I would find the transfer desk…..so back
the 950m at a run (& feeling certain there was no way ...
... one last look at St. Mark's, covered in scaffolding:
... as a hostel. And Mestre(10 minute train ride from Venice) was a cheap hotel. B&T Rooms: -horrible internet connection! -your 'free breakfast' was a store bought packaged stale crossient. And some weird stale toast shaped crackers... They were awful! -no common area -no kitchen -the only hostel so far that didn't have free coffee or tea available. -not so nice location Hotel belvedere: -nice clean hostel. -comfy bed -good common ...
... pretty full so I decided to wait the 30 minutes for the next one, hoping to get one of the very few outdoor seats. Didn’t happen! More and more people queue up until there’s pretty much a mob of us trying to get onto the boat. However, I did get a window seat and this time there was no screen obstructing the view, thankfully. It’s very overcast, even foggy today. It reminds me of summer in Monterey!