Hotel de l'Alboro
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... sun had burned off most of the morning haze, and the view from San Giorgio's bell tower on the Guidica Island directly across from St Mark's piazza was stunning. We were up there at 2PM when the bells rang out, but only for the two ear-splitting clangs.
Back in the Castello, lots of walking to Campo San Formosa to make tomorrow's dinner reservation, and to San Giovanni and Paoli. Venetian bambini don't have much green space for playing, but ...
... complimentary drinks meant we could drink some wine while arriving in Venice. We then had to get a water taxi to get to our hotel which was fun. Now our hotel is great, awesome location, great breakfast and lovely staff but the decor is overwhelming. Our room alone has patterned wallpaper, patterned curtains, a patterned bedspread, a patterned tablecloth on my bedside table, a patterned rug, a patterned floor and a mirror with glass ...
... was a music teacher, had been to Australia on a tour with students, knew Brisbane, was interesting lovely lady to talk to.
During dinner the fire works took off, they went for about 45 minutes, hahaha Australia not only has awesome beaches, you just cant beat our fire works display either. Was cute though, fire works are always awesome, they make you feel like a kid, and warm and fuzzy. Lots of cheering,lots of clapping, Steve took BAC ...
... courtyard and admired the Giant's Staircase, so-called because of the two huge statues of Mars and Neptune that grace the top landing, a symbol of the Republic's authority over land and sea. The courtyard was still fairly quiet and peaceful at this time of the morning.
Our guide came to collect us at the meeting point for the Secret Itinerary tour. She was a little, well, rough around the edges, I guess. We felt like she ...
... next girl (cost 16 Euro, takes about 1 hour). Hmm…one is cheaper and takes less time, the other more expensive and takes more time—which do you think I chose?! The one on the water, of course!!
Just on the other side of the train station is where you can catch the buses. I had no idea the rode over was so close. It was strange to see vehicles, especially all of those buses, and reinforced my decision to take ...