Hotel Ca' Fortuny
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... smelled quite bad actually and its probably not helped by the lack of toilets. We could only find 2 which were open on the whole island and it was 1.50 (almost $3) to use them! So all these things combined led me to the conclusion that it is overrated, and I say this even after going on a nice sunny day when none of the island was flooded and it was the quiet season. By the end of the day I was glad that we were only spending one day there!
... or two so as not to foreshadow and have you skip ahead too far. I would not want you to miss out on the very best part. Off to security we go. We double check… nothing in our pockets. Grant asks me about any liquids or gels he might have in his bags. I have them and they are in a ziplock. In Venice you enter a gate one at a time for the security clearance so off I go and I get through without a problem. Grant starts to go through. He is ...
Given the distance, Robert had found cheaply priced flights from Venice to Santorini via Athens that would get us to Santorini with a short layover. Beautiful scenery on the flight from Athens on to Santorini.
Other than having to go through security each flight, everything was fine. The flight from Athens to Santorini was a little more crowded but was only 45 minutes in duration. Landed and luggage arrived on time and we were ready for a new adventure!
... We’re starting to feel that Venice is pretty, but expensive and way too crowded.
Wind forward about twelve hours. We’ve just checked in to the amazing Hotel Abbazia, which is built within the old Monastery of Venice's Discalced Carmelite Friars. Ok, Calle Priuli dei Cavaletti was a wee bit challenging to find, mainly because it is a pedestrian street about two metres ...
... in the stillness of the morning the gondolas await the daily tourists with their euros, and we saw the barges unloading in the small canals causing a different kind of traffic jam.
We stayed for 2 nights in Venice with one night either side on the mainland. Next we're off to Turin and the World Masters, so hopefully we can report that Michael has done well at the ...