Hotel Villa Rosa
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Venice. One word? Astounding.
Now I will start with a little clarification: I don't think Venice is sinking literally. It just sounds like a good title.From what I understand the infrastructure on which Venice is built is what is actually failing, as it was built no doubt before our little country was even discovered.
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... of narrow lanes connecting the canals.
As Murano Island, famous for its glass work, forms part of Venice, there are some beautiful pieces on display, each one, hand made and individual.
After wandering the maze of shops for a while, we took a Gondola tour of the Grand Canal and grabbed lunch at a ...
... I was thrilled. What a wonderful memory with Anthony. He also treated me to a red rose- I have a very romantic husband! Afterwards, we met up with Rony, Shannon, and Karen back in the Piazza at a café (it looked like a vintage soda shop) and I ordered a Spritz- sparkling wine, soda water, and orange bitters. I liked it- but it tasted a little too strongly of orange rind. The 5 of us stayed up a bit late walking the water front, but the view along the way was unforgettable.
... the surrounding bars where we hung out for a while. In true European fashion, it took ages to get our check and we were pushing it close for time to catch a vaporetto back to tronchetto and make our shuttle. We decided it would be faster to head to Piazzale Roma and then take the people mover across. Unfortunately, not all plans go as well as they should. After sprinting from the Piazzale Roma to the people mover in the most disgusting humidity I've ever felt, we discover that ...
... off tourism which is home to about 60 MILLION tourists that pass through year round. (Can you imagine your home city being filled by tourists all year round ).
I mean I know Miami is but I can distinguish the locals and it is big enough to support it. Venice is not big enough to support that influx and still have residents maintain an everyday "normal" lifestyle.
-The Bridge of Sighs (connects the Dodge's Palace to the Prison) was called the Bridge of Sighs because it was the ...
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- Pets allowed