Hotel Vina del Mar Pineta
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... am sure we feature in many as well, as every bridge we came to people took photos of us (actually the gondola). It was also interesting to observe the many tourists studying their maps and discussing their likely position and the best way back two their hotel. After our gondola ride we retraced our steps to an Osteria we had seen in the afternoon. The meal was reasonable and after dinner we enjoyed walking around the canals in the dusk. There were some nice photo ...
... we left we got to go on a gondola ride. That was pretty fun. We were so close to the water and it was so quiet and peaceful. Some of the gondoliers sang and some didn't. Either way it was fun and our gondolier was cute. After that we got back on the boat to take us back to the main land to get our bus and went back to the hotel where we had dinner ...
... the wine seller, as I didn't even have an empty water bottle for them to fill.
My mind and heart are full on the eve of my return, and my soul seems satisfied, having looked at itself for a good long time in the muted, antique mirror of Venezia.
I WILL BE BACK!
Thank you for reading this blog. I have appreciated knowing you shared my joy and I loved your ...
My first full day in Venice was lovely. I woke at about 7am and had a nice breakfast at the B&B. Skyped with Mia and Stella, which was great, and then popped down to the Rialto Market to take a look around. It wasn't in full flight because it was a Monday, but there were lots of fresh fruits and vegetables to be found. There were a few popular attractions that I wanted to see in Venice, and I knew that the other thousands of tourists ...
... chose not to ruin our first experience walking through the amazing streets of Venice so we just sat around and played cards and caught up with Olz. By late arvo the weather had died down so we had to leave the camp site and finally see some real Italy. We hopped on a bus and ended up in a little suburb just outside venice, it wasn't exactly what we were looking for, it had a rustic feel and felt as though we were getting toward Bologna again. We ate at Nonna's kitchen ...