Hotel Resort Bellevue
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... for it's lace. Burano is quite small, but Bobbie was smitten by the beautiful linens and watched some being handmade by an old Italian woman, and thus our baggage grows further. We safely found our way back to the main island, with the idea of returning to St. Mark's Square by foot. The bad news is we got really lost , but as far as I can tell everybody is lost at some point in Venice.In every language I heard people inquiring about the whereabouts of St. ...
... them safely too. Walking along just outside St Mark's Square we looked up only to see a creepy old man standing stark naked on his third floor balcony watching the tourists walk past,...ugh!! Seems to be a bit of everything in Venice! If we'd waited one more hour we probably would have seen the city by night, but our feet were just too sore to hang out any longer. I'm sure we'll see somewhere by night before heading home - if we stay awake long enough one night!
... first time, how can it not be from the water? The day is exceedingly grey, with intermittent rain, but the dense skyline of Venice's main island soon emerges through the gloom. The ferry makes its first stop at Murano, one of the smaller islands nearby, then it drops us off at Fondamente Nove on the north-eastern side of the island. We are the only ones landing there — most of the tourists on board will be getting off later at the San Marco ...
We made our way to Italy to spend the next 3 weeks. Venice was our first stop and we were welcomed by canals, gondolas, sunshine and tourists! We found our accommodation, which was a short distance from Venice but had its own bus that took us into town. We unpacked our things and got organised to go exploring! We decided to ditch the map, due to the tiny streets and hundreds of canals and literally get lost in Venice. There were tiny ...
We voyage back out to view St Marco square and Rialto bridge, it's madness. We laughed when arriving at our apartment yesterday because there where some tourists and Frederico said it is Not the touristy area. We then seen he was telling the truth. We love our hood! After a short nap, we head to dinner ...