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... the paid campsite just outside of Vienna my shoulders were really sore. Jess promptly made the decision that she's taking busses and trains from here on in.
For some snacks we visited the Lido across the road, where we bought some orange juice, bread rolls, butter, and (of course) chocolate. Back at the campground we got into a conversation with some Brits on a gap year and Jess researched her next destination. Unfortunately she discovered that her intended ...
... It was almost sunset by the time we got there so Anoop set off for some photos while Dad, Tan and I stopped at a shop to check out their lace items. The shop was owned by a family; the mom was sitting in the back area making a tiny (approx. 3” wide) miniature scene out of lace. It was a gondola and the work was so incredibly detailed. She was telling me that it takes her 3 days to make one and it was time to stop because her eyes were getting tired. The daughter was showing ...
... and April to stay in September. I had forgotten to bring the name, but thought it would stick out. No go, but we saw one in the distance that might have been it.
We were close to the ghetto area, and came across a famous kosher restaurant called Gam Gam. Stopped for an enjoyable lunch. Then hit the kosher bakery for a couple of hamantashen. We saw so many neat things, almost like being in Jerusalem. We were able ...
... canal (resisting the temptation to dip our feet in the murky water) and watch food and other goods delivered by boat rather than by lorry!
So yeah, I'm a sucker for an alleyway and there was lots and lots of lovely narrow alleyways to be found. I like alleyways everywhere (some of my favourite are in Hastings) and I think I like them because often you cannot see what is at the other end, or you can only partly see, so there's the excitement and curiosity ...
... we of course didn't remember where the pizzeria was so we looked back at my photos and using the order and the time they were taken we eventually found it... Ok, so we were at the Rialto Bridge at 6:37 and then the next picture, of the pizza, is at 6:51. So that means couldn't have been that far from this area. Ok. Which way did we go? Do you remember this street? Etc. It was a fun little game and totally worth it. That pizza was tie for the best that we had our whole trip.
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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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