Hotel Minerva & Nettuno
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... to finding our hotel. But between maps, helpful shopkeepers, and a gondolier who gave good directions, we finally made it. Venice is basically made up of canals and alleys. Navigating here will be a challenge, despite it not being that big.
The Santa Marina Hotel looked really nice overlooking the Santa Marina Piazza. We checked in and the hotel clerk told us that a boy (yes, that's what he called him) would take us to our room. "Boy" came through the main ...
... is fries but is served with the meat etc, salad is extra and so is vegetables and the average cost is around 14 euro for all three courses unless you get conned, then they charge you for service tax, city tax, and the bread, fries or salad they kindly brought you but you didn't order. We are learning and it was helpful to have Bill and Angela who speak the language, sometimes they ...
... thoughtout this beautiful church interior.
* Ancient Horses- 4 bronze horses, a symbol of the city's power. Ancient Horses
Our guide showed us Venice's famous four bronze horses. Once a symbol of the city's power, these horses are supposedly the oldest in the world, dating as far back as the 4th century B.C.
* We went to the rooftop of the Basilica to see incredible views. We ascended to a rarely visited area of ...
... credit we only really got lost on our last day there - which has been named 'the day we do not mention' but I found it all a bit meh once you got over its stunningness. If that makes sense?
Yes Venice is gorgeous but it's not a really convenient place to live. The campos were gorgeous but I yearned for grass beneath my feet, the canals lovely but seriously I have ...
... boy's bright, neatly pressed purple dress shirt. I just had to stand a bit away from the desk as his Italian came literally spitting out. In the end Mr Dante suggested I go to the Police, as it was just as likely to be turned in there. So I got to learn another part of town and how it connects to every place, as every place eventually connects through that one small tunnel of an alley ...