Hotel Croce di Malta Veneto
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and we just walked around the campo, got some pizza, and talked a bit to a lady from New Jersey. Well, sadly, Italy lost, total bummer, and the crowds dispersed. Karl and mark went to get their pizza, Kurt and I went back toward the apartment to campo san Barnaba for gelato. I wanted to go out and eat for real, but it was almost 8:30 and the boys were really wiped. We put them to bed with their iPads, and went across the canal to a little wine bar where we could sit at ...
... were only paying attention to the line number, not the destination. The vaparetto let off at Rialto, and we had to disembark with the masses. The dock did have another vaparetto, but not for another 30 minutes, and we only had 20 to get to the square. So we walked the rest of the way. Lizzie, iPhone in hand, navigated our way through the streets with precision, and we made it to the square with 5 minutes to spare.
We met our guide between the two pillars on the ...
Well like I said on the way here, it's not all sunshine & roses this travel lark. Get off ship at about 9.30am, drag bags a fair way to the people mover, wait 10 minutes €4 to get to bus station. Hop on bus and head to airport, another €24, get to airport can't check in. Paul & I have a little 'set to' (who cares no one knows us), then drag our bags downstairs across the road through another terminal to 'baggage hold', ...
... some renovations so it will be interesting to go back and see what they changed or restored. It was also cool to be able to see Doge's Palace because they way it was built I think the Basilica and the palace really complimented each other. I learn that the Palace was home to the Douge of Venice who was the supreme authority of the Republic of Venice. Today its a museum and its on of the 11 museums that is run by Fondazione Musei Civici di ...
... more to come) was a huge hit with the kids. I got my favorite limone flavor (brings back memories from our last time in Venice in 1997), Elle and Leah also got limone, and Ethan got cantaloupe (yummy!).
Back to the apartment for much needed showers and then bedtime. All the kids spent time journaling about their day and we all hit the sack. Ethan asked specially for 20 minutes every night of our trip to write about his ...