Locanda Al Piave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I keep trying... But I just can't see the art in making a refrigerated step ladder... Quite liked the jeff koons and the warhols. Oh well Ca Pesaro had a lovely cool under croft on the grand canal :-) The 'art or sound' exhibition at the Prada institute was a scream , partly as there were more attendants than visitors and they were all done up in identikit Prada. Some of ...
This morning, I woke up before the sun rose to go for a run. The only times you're easily able to run in the crowded streets of Venice are when sane people are still sleeping. I wasn't sure if I was ready to tackle the often confusing alleys that lead all over the city and make it back in time for the tour we were scheduled to take this morning, so I ran over the 2 bridges we already acquainted ourselves with yesterday and tried to find a route to the main bridge leading ...
... of water in a restaurant when you can buy it in the store for 2.00€
As we made our way back to St. Mark's square, we decided it was a good time to try a gondola ride. A gondolier asked if we wanted a ride as we were crossing a bridge so we took him up on his offer. It's not cheap at 80€ for a half hour ride, but it's something you just have to do while in Venice. He didn't serenade us, but he did point out some of the historic buildings such ...
... as they didn't realise the lane was one way. One thing was certain, they may have fast cars forwards but they can't as hell reverse. I bet there were divorces after! We have to go back to Florence to catch the train to Venice. There are 2 trains to Florence shown on the indicator board. An earlier one and ours. The early one is running late but ours arrives early and so we get on. However ...
Day 36 Cividale to Venice Mauricio again collects us in the morning and has volunteered to be our tour guide for the day. It's amazing how much English he has either learned and/or remembered in the last couple of days, because now he is speaking pretty good English and is able to tell us what words are in Italian when we ask him. I still reckon he has been foxing all along, but language is a bit like that. The more you have to use ...