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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrimavera Hotel Mestre
this hotel is in Mestre, 20 min by bus from centre Venice: makes it affordable! there is a nice good restaurant, staff is friendly, and besides being a hotel they also rent "shared" rooms like in a hostel. More a hotel atmosphere though, no kitchen where I can cook, but wifi. The busstop is very close, easy. A perfect solution for an affordable stay in Venice.
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... like momma used to make and it was delicious. Tate had three helpings. Everyone is very tired tonight and we are all luxuriating in extra space, except Jess and I who are in our normal bed. The twins are in the overcab bed with loads of room, Lily is on the folded down table on her own with loads of room and Ruby has decided she has had enough of Sven and she is in the mobile home with Tim with a bunk bed all to herself. Tomorrow ...
... we split a half pistachio/half caffee (coffee) cup of this wonderful ice-cream-like dessert. We loved the pistachio. I had read about a local sandwich shop that was only open a few hours a day and a man and his sons cater to the locals with freshly made items - whatever they have that day is what they sell and when it is gone, it is gone. It was a tiny, standing-room only sandwich shop that was wonderful. I ordered a glass of Prosecco and ...
... seats and passing around babies. And all three of the babies had their smelly diapers changed on the plane. Now, we know why people hate American tourists.
The good news is Venice is WONDERFUL. It is by far my favorite place we've been. I love the Italians. They're loud and crazy and full of life. Josh preferred the Czech people - they were a little more low key and nose to the ground sort of folks.
It is beautiful here. The canals and alleyways ...
... it's not surprising that the city is also famous for its leather goods. Mario had also been eyeing a hat from our first trip to San Lorenzo, so we headed into the gauntlet of stalls to chose our goods and negotiate our prices.
One uneventful train ride through the mountains later, and we found ourselves crossing the only bridge onto the cluster of islands known as Venice. Cue audible ...
... in Cortona yesterday and the casino might be just the place to wear it!!
And who knows what other amazing sights we will see! In Italy, as in life, you truly have no idea what is waiting for you around the corner!
love to you all,
Matt & Kellie
PS: We haven't found garlic bread on any menus yet...isn't that strange...?