Hotel Villa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... thunder and lightning.
Early ish start this morning. Paul and Danita headed over to one of the local Cafe/Restaurants to pick up some Tuna and egg and tomatoe sort of triangle sandwiches I could best describe them as only to be told they won't be making them for another 2 hours. Managed to grab them a bit later.
Today we decided to go on a 'Gondola' as the weather was pleasant and it was forecast to rain for the next couple of days (for the record it didn't ...
Raining this morning but, cleared by the time breakfast ended. Took the water taxi to Gallerie dell academia to see a rare exhibition of Da Vinci's "Universal Man". This and other sketches of the human body and mechanics are never on display for the public because of their age and fragile condition. Most are the property of the Academia in Venice but, they also had pieces on display from the Louvre and the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle. So lucky to be ...
... my bag in Rome and hopefully I would have my bag that same day. Unfortunately, because of the delay, we missed our meeting time with the girl from Air BnB, luckily I have Skype on my iPod and was able to get a hold of her to meet up again. For those of you who don't know, Air BnB is an online service that provides a platform for individuals referred to as “hosts”, generally private parties, to rent unoccupied living space and other short-term lodging to ...
... they were one of the early gluten-free Italian cuisine trend-setters in Venezia), likely made from corn flour (sidenote: Italy’s countryside seems to have as many cornfields as the US’ sunbelt) I went for the killer combo - the handmade pasta was bathed in alfredo sauce and bacon. As you can imagine, it did the trick.
Following dinner we wandered the streets like we had grown accustomed to doing in Venezia, day and night (even the darkest of alleys were not ...
... talk of the special champagne glasses purchased by their ancestors in Venice the days following the purchase of the family house in Italy, and we marvelled at the implications. Our time in Venice is over, and we have a brief layover in Paris on the way back to put the icing on the cake. Debbie and I keep saying over and again how much we can't believe all that we have seen and done this "week plus". One thing is for sure, we look forward to many more. Catch you in ...