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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rossi Venice
Very small rooms and it was down a Venician alleyway. THe location was good but that was about it. Would not recommend this hotel.
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... of Venice to Napoleon.
Our next food stop was a traditional trattoria where we had a brush with fame! The owner of the osteria was one of the participants in the Regata Storica rowing pageant on Sunday, which is a great honor in Venice. An osteria is a small restaurant (think tavern or bar) that serves drinks and simple food, although some of the cicchetti can be quite elaborate. It is typical for an osteria to have a ...
... long ride back to our stop, I think we were on the milk run! We went to Hard Rock Cafe for supper and had some American food which Jess was happy about. We each bought t-shirts there and got one for Dave too. We saw a very handsome gondola driver, on hind sight we wish we had of taken a ride in his gondola! After supper we stopped in St Marks Square and listened to bands that were set up outside in the square and we enjoyed a drink of the locals called ...
Started the day with a marching band leading a parade to the church across the piazza. Took a train from Florence to Venice stopping briefly at Bologna and Padua. We were going 290 kph at one point, mostly about 180. There was a drinks trolley at about 12. We went an extra stop than our ticket to make it easier on ourselves. Bought ...
... shade and it was stinking hot! The water was nice but we had to swim separately so we didn't leave our valuables on the sand unattended where they are vulnerable to thieves. The sand was very dirty and it stuck to you. I couldn't even wash it off properly in the water. We stayed there for the morning, then left at lunch to look for a supermarket. We then headed back to camp. Not the most exciting ...
... to 2.30am. Luckily I had stopped at McDonalds at Gatwick for something to eat, as it was a long time since I'd eaten that pasta in Venice. It kept me awake all the way back as I had to drive down the A3/A31 home which is not a route I know. Not sure why they always feel like they have to shut the M3 when I want to use it?
I'm now home covered in insect bites, absolutely knackered and slightly burnt, but Venice was lovely and I thoroughly recommend it.