Travel Blogs from Venice
... and enjoyed every mouthful and every moment as they sat in the shade in the middle of this ancient vineyard. They took a short break before dessert and wandered through the rows of grape vines and inspected the well established gardens filled with organically grown vegetables used to supply the restaurant and the local people of Mazzorbo.
Video Girl and Battery Boy were feeling sleepy from the heat and all the food but were soon ...
... if we wanted it cheaper, we would have stood at the counter.
We wandered to the Rialto Bridge and shopped at the many shops around it. I bought a St. Mark's lion pendant for my necklace - I may finally retire my Egyptian hieroglyphics pendent that I've worn for 3 years.
We next went to St Mark's Basilica, as it's free and there was no lineup. It is impressive, though darkly lit inside, with the entire walls covered in mosaics. We paid 5 E to go thru it's ...
... out and dinner.
Our coach took us to the boat terminal – as Venice, being made up of 117 islands has no cars or motorbikes on it so to get there we go by motorboat along the impressive Giudecca Canal. On arrival, we walked through narrow streets filed with atmosphere of those enjoying the wonderment of an evening in Venice. Dinner was in a Venetian restaurant – a four course meal and coffee accompanied by lots of chatter and laughter. This ...
... to Venice without any urgency. Our seats were all located next to each other…facing each other…perfect. This time we all managed to have a quick powernap at different parts of the journey, arriving into Venezia Santa Lucia right on time at 13.33pm. (this was so exciting, as we were arriving we could see cruise ships and were wondering which one was ours)
We took off towards the ship following our noses and quickly found ourselves in the wrong ...
... countries built boats were as Venice built Navies.
It is a magical place walking through the narrow streets and over the bridges that you just can’t get bored. The gondolas rides are very calming. This dude stands on the back of this rocking boat and quietly propels you through these narrow and twisting canals. They apparently have to go to gondola school for two years to be able to navigate ...
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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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