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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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... in the night. Nanna nap?! Oh the irony.
After we woke up we went to grab some food. We walked to a pizzeria and the moment I stepped in this old painter who was already inside buying food for himself took one look at me and said "I love you. What a beautiful face." He stepped back to wait for his order and the girls made their order. The three of us were a little bemused but I was also a little startled by what he had said to me. Startled because ...
... through the streets to our apartment. It was a huge one room place, very nicely decorated and well equipped. Business out of the way and ro and I went to buy dinner supplies. We had a lovely stroll in the streets, browsed in some shop windows and found the supermarket thanks to overhearing some older folk who said they were going there.
Back home and dinner was cooked, eaten and kids put to bed. Time finally for an early night as we are all in one room. ...
... was sensational - I can taste the freshness of the seafood. Burano biscotti was delicious as well! Apparently, Burano made their biscotti a little differently.... the shape is different too! What an experience! I was glad I managed to grab a bag from a store on our way back to the boat, otherwise I would be thinking about it for a long time. Hmm... we already finished it. Darn it! Should have gotten a few more.
... night elsewhere.
The wine was not watered down. Not one single drop of H2O had entered that carafe. The next few hours were a bit shambolic.
Earlier that day, we had decided to treat ourselves and somehow managed to reserve a table at the prestigious Hilton Skyline Bar to get the very best view of the city we were staying in for the next few days. Excitedly, we got on our very first Vaporetto, somehow secured a front row seat on the outside of the boat and had ...
... From there we wandered along the Fondamenta dei Vetrai, where most of the glass furnaces were originally located. It's almost all glass shops now, selling everything from cheap tourist pieces to designer jewellery, vases, chandeliers and some incredible art pieces.
Right at the end of the Fondamenta is the piazzetta Colonna, which faces out to San Michele. From here we caught a vaporetto back to Piazzale Roma, from where it's just ...