Travel Blogs from Sottomarina
... difficulties in staying in Venice though, is actually staying in Venice. It can be incredibly expensive to book a bed in a hostel, let alone a private hotel room, and it can get surprisingly cold in the autumn months if you're thinking of finding a quiet alley or park bench to spend the night (not that I ever would, but just so that you know). Now you might be wondering who the miniature woman in a pharmacy lab coat is and how she got such a prime spot in my travelling update. This is ...
... in finding their transportation to Gatwick that caused some stress but all was resolved and everyone arrived safely.
Others traveled on their own course. I flew from LAX, to New York, to Madrid, then on to Venice. The Marescos came by way of New York and Paris. And Elisabeth, Philip's aunt, she came from Sweden by way of Brussels. Others will join us on this trip, but who knows how they'll get ...
... pitching tents and setting up a barbecue. Was this a night out for deprived children? A pick pocketing gang? Three genuine fathers with their kids? Who knows? The noise went on til close to midnight and started again early next morning. The moral of the story, don’t choose a pitch in an empty area, choose one close to some quiet campers.
The village having been closed, there was no shopping to be done, so ...
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Lunch was consumed and we said our farewells to the Kiwi couple and headed for Venice. Not knowing where we were going to stay we had a few places in mind. We had heard there was a camper de sosta on the edge of the island but were unsure as how we would get there, how wide the roads would be etc. as we had it in our heads that the whole area is streets of water and Bertha has no flippers. The camper ...
... and on a sweet little canal. We headed out to explore and continue to get lost on the twisted streets. Found a pizza take away and illegally picnicked on a shaded doorstep (picnicking is prohibited in Venice, but we watched families sneak theirs in as well).
When we happened upon St. Mark’s again, we decided to do the Doge’s Palace and Bastille. Love ...
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Lungomare Adriatico 48, Sottomarina | 4 star hotelfrom $170
Viale Lungomare 46, Sottomarina | 4 star hotelfrom $140
Via Lungomare Adriatico 30, Sottomarina | 3 star hotelfrom $97
Viale Mediterraneo 9, Sottomarina | 3 star hotelfrom $116
Via Lungomare 2, Sottomarina | Hotelfrom $87
Viale Trieste 22, Sottomarina | Hotelfrom $107
Via L. Adriatico, 34, Sottomarina | Hotelfrom $93