Albergo Leon D'Oro
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... morning docked in Venice and off the liner by 10:30. Now my least favourite part of travelling - transferring from hotels to buses and planes etc. first stop the Hotel Dolomiti near the Grand Canal. We had our second rain of the holiday - a storm while sitting in an Italian Pizza/pasta restaurant beside the Grand Canal. We were sitting outside so it was great that the automatic roof and awnings worked well! This one definitely had the best pasta ...
... high shoes. The tour then concluded by walking over the Rialto Bridge and finishing near the oldest restaurant in Venice which claims to be a place where Cassonova would take his ladies. The tour was really interesting with lots of fascinating stories about Venice.
After the tour I went and wandered through St Marks Square where they have different musicians playing for the restaurants and while I was there, there was a school group from Sweden ...
... Basilica Di San Marco has been for almost a thousand years. It was quite a site to see a passing cruise ship dwarf the seafront buildings as it coasted past. Satisfied with our time in the floating city, we started back towards the bus station to continue on our tour of Italy. Before leaving I had just one item on my agenda. I had heard of a tradition where couples take a gondola around the city and kiss under every bridge. We wanted at least one trip on the canal, but ...
... with you. Why didn't I think of this before today? Spent the rest of the morning reading the Bible, Jesus Calling, and writing. Venice is recorded as being founded in AD 452. It is formed by 120 islands and 177 canals and about 400 bridges. It boasts of its historical role as naval power, commercial center and is also known as the "Queen of the Adriatic." WOW, WOW, WOW! Felt almost magical to pull into the port. Venice is so beautiful, unique and quaint. We had to take ...
... and Scott had a tasty spaghetti dish with crab) and the service was the best we've seen in Europe! We made friends with a couple of the waiters and had fun chatting and joking with them. One of them said that it was his dream to open a restaurant in Australia - we told him we'd be his first customers! :-). We finished our meal off with a delicious Tiramisu. We then walked back to Rialto Bridge and got some nice photos of the Grand Canal at night and then headed home to ...