Hotel Villa Orio
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The staff is so friendly and helpful. The rooms are beautiful and the bathrooms are great. Such a nice change from sleeping in a smelly hostel.
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... that long). We roamed around Burano for a bit - it was close to 1pm by the time we got there, so we found a little spot to have to lunch and then wandered a little more. Burano is now my fav of the islands. Well, that's not fair exactly. It was our 3rd visit to Venice before we even made it to Burano, at which point it rained on us after about 30 min, so we really didn't see much. I always enjoyed going to Murano ...
... getting extremely lost we managed to find our way out and to a Gelato stand where we bought our first Italian Ice cream. After our recovery break we headed off to the other museums which included the apartments in which the Hapsburg royal family lived when they conquered Venice and the large library, coin and art collections of Venice. It was beautiful and there were some magnificent views from ...
... just go and sit safely by the gate until the plane
left. So back the 950m to the departure gate where I sat and chatted to the older
couple I had spoken to on my earlier panic run through the airport. In the
departure lounge I tried to connect up to wifi to message John but found that
to access the 1 hour free wifi you needed to get a code and password from a
desk out on the main console…so I was not able to get on to wifi L
I was ...
... and sat right at my feet rattling his or her paper cup. My money stayed in my purse. The church was amazing of course. We paid to go into the museum, and climbed the steps and went outside to the loggia where the four horses are, which gave us fantastic views over the Square. I enjoyed hanging over the railing, but Terry was concerned about the structural integrity of the thousand year old concrete balcony. Such a worrier.
There were ...
... less crowded. We did fairly well getting back to the Rialto bridge which is near our B&B. Once we returned Jer had spotted a wine bar across from our place. We decided what the heck...great heck of an idea! We started with the bruschetta and glasses of a chianti. Death became us. Right there. Heavens gates opened up. Angles sang. Our meals soon came followed by some Pinot Nero. Jer had the lasagne and I had pesto "spaghetti". As we finished dinner a group of ...