Locanda Al Piave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We had some free time before we had to catch the boat back to the ship. We wondered around the square and took some photos of the gondolas. Venice is quite a nice place just hard to get around. Once we got back to the ship we went for a walk to see how far it was to the train station for tomorrow. It took a while to find it because the map suggest we could walk across which was wrong. We need to take a people mover and then walk from there. Could be ...
Well.....we've had our final day of wandering thru Europe for 2014. Our experience in Venice is really hard to explain or summarize. It is unlike anyplace I've ever seen. I think John may have said it best when he said it's like a ghetto that no one admits is a ghetto! Very few things here are pretty in the traditional sense of the word....at least traditional for Midwest Americans! Things are not painted and maintained and scrubbed clean...and I'm talking about the outside areas. I have ...
Murano may Be a bit tacky but... Today we eats!!! Found a posh enough restaurant that was actually prepared to seat one Had a very nice fish meal and a long sit down as Italian service is slow you just embrace the chance to rest out of the noon heat While there are some salads on the menu only tourists seem to eat those everyone else tucks into a big plate of pasta for primi piatti, that's about 8oz pasta for ...
... ways were more crowded than we would like. There are lots of boats trying to make their way through the canals, including the green trash boats. Monday is definitely trash day. After that, we visited a few churches and had pizza AND pasta for lunch. After a long day of exploring, we got our luggage and took a taxi boat to the St. Lucia train station. I have to mention that as we were leaving ...
... our trip! Tomorrow we fly. Gotta say I'm looking forward to walking on surfaces that don't move and having some quiet time without crowds to maneuver through. We've traveled over ten thousands miles by air and sea, walked close to a hundred miles in cities and historic sites, and we've climbed thousands of steps as we've explored churches, ruins, and made our way around the ship. It's been the trip of a lifetime...so far. We're already thinking about where we are going next. I'm thinking Russia and ...