Hotel & Residence Villa dei Carpini
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... to take the regular water bus to a stop nearby... I thought. After waiting forever for this bus to even arrive I had already figured we had missed the flight.
Once we got to this stop I thought was close to the airport, which it wasn't, I had realized I just led us to some random island and had no idea where to go from here. We went into a local coffee shop so I could grab a cappuccino and ask for directions while mom had to use the bathroom ...
... these islands seem dedicated solely to their individual expertise where you can watch people make intricate glass stallions with multi-colored glass in the mere minutes in which it takes the liquid glass to cool down and settle. And of course Venice isn’t just famous with tourists, it’s apparently also famous in gaming, because as I strolled into the Piazza San Marco which holds the famous St Mark’s Basilica with another stranger friend from Grandma Death’s attic, ...
... now... a domani...
Sept 19 8 pm
Linda: What time is it?
Rod: 10 am
While having cafe doppio in the local piazza:
Linda: Those pigeons look pretty bomb-proof
Rod: But some of them look like they've been to war
While visiting inside San Marco:
Linda: Oh My God!
The sun having come out we returned to the inn to change then walked the side ...
... the Danielli
Hotel, made famous in one of last year’s worst films, The Tourist. Although
Lizzie, looking at it through her Johnny Depp tinted glasses might beg to
differ... Lizzie did her best to peer into the hotel just in-case Johnny Depp
had forgotten something whilst he was filming there and just so happened to be
returning to Venice the very same day we were there to pick-up said lost items…
Surprisingly he wasn’t there. ...
... and she was wearing a pair of Nike‘s that I have back home. Funny! After getting into town, we walked around for a few hours, stumbled across the world famous “Harry’s Bar“, watched the sunset from a park (we passed by the same Iranians we met on the train and said hello), ate pizza (senza formagio for me), and took some night shots of the waterways. It was a great day.
The last day in Venice, we were ...