Hotel Ca' Tron
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... wine, sun, wine, shopping, gelato, spritz (look it up - it's tasty), and finally more wine on the waterfront as I watched the sun set. Today wasn't a very cultural day, but it was damn fine. Tomorrow I am getting up early to catch a train to Padua for the day, where I have a viewing reserved of the Scrovegni Chapel (only 25 people are let in at a time and I had to reserve a few days ago to even get a spot). See, my shallowness does have ...
... islands. We took the opportunity to see a bit more of Venice from the canals and then took a trip out to Murano, which is famous for its beautiful glass. We also sought out the Bridge of Sighs for Gordon, to reassure him that it is still in Venice.
Our day in Padova was spent visiting the ...
Another hotel, another nice buffet breakfast - this one includes Prosecco! Then all of our Odyssey group left for our last guided tour. We took a water taxi to Piazza San Marco (St. Mark's Square), where we met our Venetian guide who led us around the main square and also small alleyways around it. We crossed the Bridge of Sighs, which is supposedly named that because it was the ...
... again it was a must do and it wasn't terrible we met a lovely American couple at the table next to us and spoke to them for most of the night. At 8.30 I was eager to head back to the bus depo I didn't know when the last public bus left and I knew the last accom shuttle was at 9.30 so we hurried off, that walk home was the only time on our entire journey so far that I felt unsafe. Venice is a very different place at night all the shops were closed early compared to ...
... this journey was. Once again, I was a fly on the wall, thoroughly enjoying myself, and taking mental notes of everything going on. I admire all parents who travel internationally with children. Or travel at all. Or leave the house with their children. They require so much! Babies are basically tiny drunk people. Just giggling, pooping, sobbing drunk people. Julia and Jackson are absolutely adorable though. I took about twenty videos just of them giggling. We stayed near a beach ...