Albergo Leon D'Oro
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... prisoners 'took their last sighs' as they went across the bridge before execution). We had a couple of meals at a small Restaurant up the road from our apartment. The waiter told Garth he 'was very courageous with his Italian' which was a compliment I think, given he kept saying 'bravo' when Garth asked for something in Italian!! And according to Garth, the waiter was a dead ringer apparently for some famous NRL player, and Garth was itching to ask him if he ...
... at this hotel would be that it is so in the middle of the tourist attractions that absolutely everything is expensive. I learned very quickly that I cannot stomach the water and it is hard to stomach the amount we spent on liquids the first few days until we stumbled upon a supermarket. The lesson to learn here is to find a supermarket right away and stock up on water/soda/juices and anything else like that that you may need.
We also ...
... Santa Marguerita and the San Polo area. Venice is actually made up of several different islands. On each island you find a campo which is the main square and in each one you find a church and a well, so everything looks the same. Finally we ate dinner at this little trattoria where we ate grilled cuttlefish with polenta. We tried a drink called aperol - it's disgusting. It's an alcoholic Venetian drink you would typically have before a ...
... next girl (cost 16 Euro, takes about 1 hour). Hmm…one is cheaper and takes less time, the other more expensive and takes more time—which do you think I chose?! The one on the water, of course!!
Just on the other side of the train station is where you can catch the buses. I had no idea the rode over was so close. It was strange to see vehicles, especially all of those buses, and reinforced my decision to take ...
... which admittedly cost only €3.50 but which also tasted like stomach bile... I had two glasses!
The canals are impressive, and the way the gondoliers navigate their way through the maze and under the bridges is really impressive and quite a sight. At times there were traffic jams but it was all handled quietly and serenely... Amazing!
On the whole it really is lovely here but I think its best enjoyed with some company and a fat wallet!