Hotel Citta Di Milano
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... Saying this in Aust would give you visions of beach sun filled days. Not here, I believe Lido has sand but other than that you won't see any, and I would not get in the water!
First stop, Torcello, which has a lot of green fields, some canals, a few eating places and the beautiful Santa Maria di Assunta church, and if you read the signs, lots of rats. Inside the church are massive mosiac scenes along with a floor in stone mosiac. This is the sole ...
... s Basilica at which I picked up some religious items for my son Marc, and the picturesque Rialto Bridge and Rialto Market! We also toured Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace) including the old prisons and the Bridge of Sighs. After our touring, we were quite weary so we found our way to a comfortable trattoria for WIFI, mussels, clams and pizza margherita style. We capped the night off with tiramisu gelato and a water taxi trip back to our ...
... were beat from the lack of sleep, the adrenaline rush from the 'thrill ride' kept us going. Minutes later we were walking thru the famous St. Marks Square, and located the the Doges Palace where we have tour tickets tomorrow morning.
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piazza_San _Marco for some history.
The area was very crowded with tourist but there was enough open space for more.
... nice. The ghetto got it's name here after the factory area that the jewish quarter originally replaced and came to be the name of all Jewish quarters as we know them.
Any ways once we caught the #12 vaporetto to Torcello, about a 40 minute ride, we visited this island to the east of Venice. It was actually the main island in the lagoon until 1000 or so when the soil became to salty and the marshes grew bigger making shipping harder that the population shifted to the ...
... expensive roads and we easily returned our rental car at Marco Polo airport and after a fun 1:15 minute boat ride we were being met by Marco to guide us to our apartment in residential Arsenale.
11am leave Salzburg and the clouds. 5:30 arrive in Venice in bright sunshine. 6:30 eat pizza. 7:30 eat gelato. 8:30 kids in bed. 9:30 Tom explores Piazza San Marco with 10,000 other tourists. 10:30 everyone is asleep. Nice to be back in Italy.