Alla Villa Fini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rising sea levels many apartment blocks can't use the street level apartments as they are constantly flooded. Venice often has so much rain that all the streets are flooded, they then lay out a series of tables, which creates a boardwalk for pedestrians to get about.
Our second day in Venice was spent island hopping, there are canal buses that commuters use to get around the islands of Venice or to get ...
Today we set out reasonably early for a trip to Murano (glass making island) and Burano (island further out in the lagoon noted for brightly coloured houses and lace making. We were also on a gastronomic pilgrimage to a restaurant on a little island adjacent to Burano that we remembered fondly from our previous trip. It had been recommended by our landlord Arigo. ...
... 8217;ve mellowed some.) Returning to the apartment we put together a generous spaghetti dinner, ate ourselves senseless, and went to bed.
The following days were similar in pattern; after breakfast and school, a wander. Since Cindy and I have been to Venice before, we avoided a number of the big draws that would incite rebellion in the kids; we skipped the Accademia and the Palace of the Doges, for instance, although I was able to ...
... be good, forcing you to plan out rubbish-producing projects, for example—ha! I know it looks and smells much cleaner here than it did in Florence and certainly than it did in Rome. With all of these very narrow passageways, it could get pretty messy and smelly if anything was left out. Sometimes, in the morning, I would see the garbage collectors, pushing ...
... mushrooms, artichokes, onions, bell peppers, and cheese atop a thin crispy crust. Delicioso! If you've ever been to Venice you know it's a crazy maze of streets and canals. If you haven't---try to imagine a large plate mounded with spaghetti noodles. Now try to find the end of a noodle without moving the other noodles this is how jumbled the streets are here. Now add a zillion foot bridges and tall buildings you can't see over. Needless to say, we've spent ...