Al Gabbiano Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dei Sospri (Bridge of Sighs) which connects the senate to the prison across the canal. Luckily, we did manage to doge the rain while we were here. (Thank Vicky for that bad pun. If you noticed it the first time, well done). On our way back to the hostel we got a quick snap of Ponte di Rialto over the Canal Grande. Soon, we will be going to the supermarket to get dinner because we are quickly running low on cash! Only 8 more ...
... or parks. Or trees. There's no colour green anywhere. And I love the colour green :( and I mega love trees. I couldn't ever live here. When I went to Burano yesterday, that's when I finally got to see grass and trees. But the main island of Venice has only got this area that nobody goes to off on the east that has parks, but unless you go specifically out there, you won't see any green. Anywhere. The canals are a lovely ...
... brilliant. Very few people there so you could get up really close to all the drawings. He was such a talented man!! Most of the drawings were quite small and his writing (not sure of the term but it is written so that you can only read it in a mirror) was wonderful. The absolute highlight for me was The Vitruvian Man - his famous drawing of the "man in the circle". The absolute detail of everything was amazing. This was a fabulous opportunity ...
... towards the Ponte delle Guglie and hung a left at the touristy Rio Tera Farsetti, where we searched for a place to buy milk for our bambino, Giacomo (Jacques in Italian). We found a mini grocery store/deli/geletaria that had milk and picked up a slice of pizza for the little one. After wandering around for a little bit, we thought it would be a good idea to head back to the hotel to see if ...
We travelled through the Gotthard pass with the train to Milan in Italy
A very long but beautiful journey watching the scenery change from mountains scraping the sky in Switzerland, to fields of hay being mown beside us in Italy, as we swept along in the ...