Albergo Leon D'Oro
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... these delicious pizza's we began our walk to the car museum. It was really easy and not difficult at all. We walked along the river and in among the lovely trees until we found what we thought was the turn off road. From there we walked along turned a couple of times, asked a few people for directions and eventually ended up where we turned off. So basically we went in a giant circle. We were so confused so we decide to ask these two ladies who were sitting ...
... to Italy. The pizza was of course delicious. Our plan was to eat as much pizza as humanely possible during our stay. We did a pretty good job at achieving this.
When we set out from the pizzeria, the rain was coming down like fan girl tears at a 1 Direction concert (very hard). We attempted to sight-see but the wind was thrusting rain at us from every direction. We thus had to retreat for the evening.
Over the next few days, we continued ...
... to cross it twice.
I love Venezia and could stay there a couple of weeks. We loved just wandering around the streets and hopping on the Vaporetto to see where it would take us. It's like a maze but as long as you end up at the Grand Canal you can find your way back. The only negative would be the expense. A couple sat down to listen to one of the bands in San Marco Square and was charged 15 Euro seating fee and 15 Euro for each drink. A total of 45 ...
... minutes walk from the Rialto bridge and we meet the owner Gabrielle at his gelati shop, Antica Gelatari. The apartment is in a 500 year old palace and you feel it when you walk in and see the original wooden beams on the roof. Very cool! After freshening up we make our way to the grand canal and settle into a table overlooking the Rialto bridge. We toast to arriving in Italy with a glass of red ...
... on a chair. Transportation is by Gondolas,vaporetta (motorboats in italian) and large water buses. Did you know that gondolas have 7 layers of black paint, are made of 280 different pieces of wood and are 11 meters long? We woke up and we read about the history about Venice and we walked to saint mark's cathedral and we showed our tickets.Once we got I was amazed because there was ...