Villa Parco Hotel
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... clay in the bottom of the river? How clever . Marble was only for decoration or for those who could afford it. We got to go through the smaller canals as well (tip for those going in the future) as in the morning the smaller canals used for delivery so they're closed up till 3pm. The colour on the buildings and the flowers on the window sills are stunning.
... day. Walked through San Marco square after dinner and it's all faintly depressing compared to the other cities. A lot of stuff closed, buildings need cleaning. There are open air tables where live ensembles play classical music but the girls were cold and tired. Early night. Our room opens out on one of those tiny streets so lying on the bed now I can hear accordion music. Sounds great. If I heard it all night every night it might be a different ...
... its own.
I highly recommend visiting this wonderful city if you ever get the chance! You simply can't go wrong with good food and beautiful sights :)
*Tips from Venice
1. Seriously, know where your hostel is located before you spend over an hour trying to find it...
2. Sometimes, you don't need to plan every last detail. Walking around an area and just enjoying it with good company is sometimes the best thing to do!
My second day in Venice was wonderful, as we explored the 'upper' part of Venice, where the Cannaregio district was. While yesterday we basically wandered aimlessly trying to soak as much in as possible, this time around, we had a pretty good idea of what we wanted to see.
As Giorgio, the B&B owner had mention previously, spending time in Venice just looking ...
... findings into the handful of activities that we have already pre-planned for the week. But, even without a plan we still need some breakfast, so Ron sets out to find a few goodies, while the girls chill. Venice is broken up into 6 historic districts called <i>sestieri</i> and our neighborhood is in the northernmost <i>Sestiere 0;Cannaregio</i>. Many consider it to be the most authentic district of ...