Antica Casa Carettoni
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4-11-14 A day in Venice
After a great nights sleep in this great hotel I finally managed to drag myself out my room and down for breakfast. Unlike most hotels in this part of the world where you get cold meats and bread for breakfast here we had everything you could think of.
Food scoffed it was out to the street to catch a bus into the main town of Venice.
Once on the bus it was over that mighty long bridge which is shared by road and ...
... our boat into historical Venice as obviously no cars can be driven there and as we came into the harbour the view of the city was awesome. All those beautiful buildings and their colours. We had a mini orientation of the city then free time for 2 hours to truly explore this Island. After the free time it was time for our gondola ride ...so not as romantic as I dreamt with 5 of us to a gondola and with trying to distribute the weight it was a little ...
... because of the numerous spans that crisscross its waterways. While many of Venice's 400+ bridges are nondescript and practical, there are several that embody the beauty and the history of this fascinating city.
The island of Venice is shaped like a fish, as our host pointed out to us on the map. It's major thorough fares are canals. The Grand canal winds through the middle of the fish. Venice is a carless kaleidoscope ...
... recommended by Trip Advisor (#2, if I recall) and was a tiny shop which only sold 'pasta to go' in little take-away cartons. We placed our orders, then waited outside the shop in the narrow paved laneway by the hatch in the shop window. The shop opened its doors at 1200 and it was 1205. There was already a small queue of people. When our orders were fulfilled, I discovered that they had given me the incorrect pasta and no chilli. I took it back to the window, expecting them to ...
For the past five days I have been in Venice. Venice is a beautiful city surrounded by canals. We are staying in a beautiful apartment and there is a playground across the road.
On the first day we went into San Marco square. In the square there was a huge church and on the inside it was decorated with tonnes and tonnes of gold leaf tiles. There was also giant tower with a golden angel ...