Hotel Dalla Mora
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... horses in the upstairs balcony museum. From the balcony the mosaics are within reach, and the the glass fragments are tiny, probably not more than a centimer square. Looking down on the piazza from the roofline walkway, we saw lighter than usual crowds, and almost dried puddles.
Took a scenic roundabout walk to San Zaccaria, which was closed for lunch break, but we found Seth's favorite sandwich shop on a Castello back street.
... e melone, prosciutto and rockmelon. Yum yum yum. We have a shared plate, so refreshing and the rockmelon is so sweet. Next I had pasta with mussels and clams and shrimps, then a fish dish. Finishing with tiramisu. The second one I have had in Italy. We cant remember what Steve had. While we were there a lady was seated on her own having her dinner, she would of been in her 60's. We struck up a conversation with her, she was from Luxembourg, ...
... company and thus here I am heading off on one of their tours.
'Jewels of the Adriatic’ starts in Italy from Venice and finishes 15 days later in Croatia at Dubrovnik. Unfortunately Rod was unable to slip away from work so I had to go it alone.
I flew with Thai to Bangkok and then into Rome where I continued via rail to Venice. It was a lovely way to start the trip. I enjoyed sitting back in the 1st Class carriage sipping on ...
... accommodating. It was already late in the afternoon when we dropped our bags off so we decided to go for a walk and then get some dinner. I was really tired from Rome so an early night would be good.
Walking through the city, it is immediately striking how unique Venice is. I especially thought so as a lot of places you see and hear about can be a little underwhelming when you eventually see it in person. This is not the case for Venice. You can look at it in ...
... The musicians made it truly a special moment as no one else was having this special treatment so we were very popular with other tourists as they clapped and took many photos as we passed by. Our gondoliers took us under the bridge of Sighs and then along the back canals to where the Venetians live so we had a lot of the canals to ourselves. Definitely on the highlight ...