Hotel Villa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... or water taxi.
We had a bit of a trek to get from the terminal to the docks and then had to wait about 30 minutes for the water bus covering our route. The water bus ride to the Giglio stop, near San Marco, took about an hour. All of the palazzos and boats along the Grand Canal are amazing to see from the water and make the trip seem much shorter.
We disembarked from the water bus at the ...
... Sandra lit a candle for Lorraine's dad. I learnt a new word in Italian.....uragano.......it was on a plaque in the church......apparently there was a hurricane in Burano some years ago and this was a memorial to those that died. Uragano is hurricane in Italian......sounds more like a herb to me!! It was a beautiful, sunny day and wandering around this little island was lovely. Peter found a little pasticceria ...
... our big bags on. We get checked into our hostel and Venice has a tourist tax to stay there. Stupid government getting money any way they can! Michelle and I go walk around the streets for a bit. Of course we have to get gelato right away! Yumm, yumm! Our hostel had dinners every night with pasta and sangria for €5 so we decided to do that since it's so cheap ...
... is and when you know of her relationships with a few famous artists, you'd certainly smile looking at the masterpiece. As An artist, I personally enjoyed viewing all.
Works of the following artists in Peggy's collection:
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... get when you go budget though!
So all in all, an absolutely glorious trip - and an absolutely PERFECT 21st birthday present. So much better than being given something physical (ahhh cheesy!). I think in a few years time I'd love to go to the Carnivale, because just seeing the exquisite masks in all the windows made me hanker for the drama of such an event.
Now...where shall I hint that we go to next?