Hotel Barchessa Gritti
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the grand canal from the Saint Lucia
train station to the docks of Saint Marco square. The cost of the trip was 7€
and it was worth every cent!
The word Doge means Duke. So, ultimately, I did a tour of the Duke's
Palace! It was quite interesting. The tour covered the prisons, Giacomo Casanova
and much more.
After the tour, I went and sussed out the pasta place previously
mentioned and ...
... in our room we decided to have something to eat then pick it up While sitting down having lunch 20 mtr from a bridge wear people came in waves,it was like watching Indians coming over a hill then Chinese with umbrellas coming over the hill then Americans coming over the hill so funny but you probably had to be there Hopping on the water taxi we headed off to the airport after about an hour round trip we were back where we started ...
We went out for a meal, making sure we checked our route for landmarks; we had thought of marking marks with a texta. We made sure we didn't go too far.
We went to Osteria da Carla; took a while to find but it was really good. Had the cuttlefish pasta; ended up with black teeth from the ink. And we got home reasonably easily.
Walked down to Piazza San Marco, which ...
... Denis and so this one wasn't floating my boat. What did impress me was the gold tile mosaics on the ceilings and some walls. They were really impressive. To get the scale right when looking at floor level must have taken a lot of skill. Speaking about the floor it was so wavy and i mean really wavy in th t it could be a couple of feet lower in so,e parts than others. Anyway we left the Basilica and walked through St Mark's square. Always crowed with people and pigeons. I don't ...
... and there were 2 gondolas just sitting there...we jumped into one and asked that we head toward Rialto. It was an awesome, quiet ride, and we received a lot of good info. There are 170 churches in Venice (only 65,000 people), and there are 422 bridges! We saw where Casanova was born/lived, and also where Mozart lived/practiced. We got off the gondola and wandered around and found ...