Hotel Florida Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... photo. The Sitting Daddy Project was born.
We boarded another vaporetto and went back to the hotel to get ready for dinner. We decided to try a restaurant that came highly recommended from the front desk (as well as Tripadvisor), Ai Tre Archi. We got a canal-side table and spent a few minutes perusing the menu. I already knew what I wanted – spaghetti al nero sepia. It’s all ...
... it but it was lovely and clean and I didn't mind paying. We found Andrew and he told us he had got lost too and at one point was going in the wrong direction and had to work his way back. By this time tourists were everywhere and the streets were simply thronging. We got lunch,and then headed off just ambling through the streets again. Most of the shops sell Murano glass objects and ...
... we returned to our hotel, Ca'Sagredo, located a few blocks west of Ponte Rialto and across the canal from Rialto Mercado.
Tired from our travel from Florence and walkabout in Venice, we decided to pass on a 15 minute walk to a highly recommended restaurant to have dinner at the hotel. We were pleased with our table, right next to a decorative window facing the Grand Canal, a small, quiet and elegant restaurant with a personable and attentive waiter.
As we ...
... for left and right was confused? Was probably me! Tomorrow I have a tour to a few of the nearby islands and will learn something of Murano glass. The next day (Saturday) will be one of train travel to Lake Como - a few stops along the way. No idea how I journey from here to the train station tho, these canals make a difference! So that will be a job to figure out tomorrow. Learnt a quick lesson this morning after ...
... and bridges came into existence with a lifestyle entirely unique to Venice is simply amazing. Having been to Venice a few times, one thing is always certain - everyone gets lost in Venice and thats half the fun. With less people in the off-season, it was great exploring the world of Venice once again. Ofcourse, Piazza San Marco and the Bridge of Sighs are ...