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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... at one of the many restaurants that line Piazza Bra next to the arena. Sandra and Peter were keen to have some spaghetti Veronese so they asked a waiter. .....well they had never heard of it and fell about laughing when Peter explained to him what was in it. They told us that gnocchi was a Veronese speciality and their chef had made some that morning even though it didn't appear on the menu. ...
... bought some bread ( by the kilo), tomatoes ( dried and fresh), some ham and fresh fruit and after more wandering found somewhere to make our lunch.
For obvious reasons there is not a lot of green space, virtually no parks, and the idea of seating for tired tourists is unheard of. The powers that be clearly do not want us to provide for ourselves, but would prefer we cough up uber-euros in expensive cafés, and there are signs around stating that sitting ...
... I had hoped for and more? Definitely yes. It was so amazing to finally see it with my own eyes after wishing for it for so many years. We docked and headed through the square for our date with the Italian Restaurant for a scrumptious 4 course meal! Yum!!! With bellies full we were given free time to stroll around and Kate and I made the most of it. I couldn't quite believe I was in Venice. What a magical way to celebrate my 36th Birthday. With my love in the city of love. Thanks ...
... now. It is still hot. With our three oscillating fans and the laundry machine, we only the breaker once.
After getting our bearings, we sought out a grocery store to stock up for our self-catered breakfasts for the next three days. When we finally found the store, it was closed, but we were able to take in the Rialto bridge and area. Again, it was really hot. Back home for a bit, but undeterred, our Rick ...
Venice is the Queen of the Adriatic. Venice is an archipelago made up of 118 submerged islands at the northern end of the Adriatic Sea. Because of fear of invasion the people of Venice flee to this archipelago and built their elaborate and rich homes on piles of wood. There’s a whole science in the building structure in this beautiful grand city. The houses and lands are linked together ...