Albergo Leon D'Oro
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... single bite ~ slurp!
I enjoyed my walk back to the hotel, but kept alert. The streets were dark & quiet & I had to go down a couple of narrow alleys to get to the bridge. No one is going to mess with Trish!
I waited up to talk to Jeff, he should be getting home from Venice any minute. I was glad that I did. When we Facetime'd I got to see Austin, Bear AND Copper, what a treat! Bed at 11:30pm.
... cats! TWO HUNDRED! Lmao! We mosied our way out towards the direction of the colosseum and our disappointment evaporated. There were ruins and amazing buildings everywhere! It was beautiful! We were visiting top ten places and didn't even know it. We just knew they were gorgeous. The colosseum of course was the most amazing. We went in and fell in love with the history. We thought we should have paid for a guided tour but Nicolette soon discovered ...
... memory is like a fish! It was fun getting lost around the cute streets of Venice: all the cute bridges and cafés along the water. Carolyne then insisted we needed a "spritzer". Bartenders in Italy are awesome, they pour your drinks then the make the same one for themselves! It was then time for Carolyne to get ready for her friend's wedding so we had a nap at her place then headed off for more adventuring and for dinner! ...
Today I was woken up by chirping birds and blinding sunlight. At 5 am! I pretended to sleep until 7 when the church bells started ringing. Caught the ferry to the mainland and found the school without incident. I have been placed in level 2 and even that is challenging. I am the only American in the class, many Germans one girl from Japan, a man from Spain, a boy ...
Today we took a walking tour of Venice which conveniently started two minutes from our hotel! Our guide has lived in Venice her whole life so she was able to give us a real insider overview of this beautiful island. Venice is actually made up of lots of little islands linked by bridges over canals. Each island has it's own name in the commune of Venice and you find a square (or campo as the Italians say) which has all the usual suspects including a church and a well. Venice is a man ...