Il Nido di Giulietta & Romeo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Left quite early and went to the train station to go to Venice, about 2h away. Had mcdonalds for breakfast, gross. Got to Venice and it was suddenly cold and rainy, so had a walk around, it was really pretty but the rain got much worse which was really frustrating, as there wasn't much cover. Got a little bit lost, but found the ...
... in the shop windows and just enjoying all the buildings in Venice. Back to Calle dei Preti to rest and then fix another fine meal.
While fixing dinner, get to watch the comings and goings on the bridge. From my point of view, this is the beginning of the narrow winding streets of Venice and people stop to get their bearings, take a selfie or eat a piece of pizza from the vendor on the other side of the bridge.
... top to prepare for the hot countries at a stand near the water at San Marco we retrieve our backpacks from the hotel. It just took ages to find our way to San Marco. The trek back to Academia, across the bridge, water bus & then bus to Marghera is quite a feat in the heat. Wishing again I only packed half the clothes. It took us about an hour and a half travel to get to the Holiday Inn which is about 6 minutes walk to the ...
... off and acting all chillaxed having a smoke while he was doing it; it was that easy for him. We were stretching out everything we did because our plan was to stay in Venice until dark to see Venice by night. We eventually made our way back to the main land and had that Italian dinner we had been depriving ourselves for. It was… drumroll please… bellissimmo! Mum loved the linguini pasta and I loved the roasted vegetable pizza that we shared. To be honest, ...
... couple of hours before heading back to the bus, so we went to a restaurant and had some pizza and fanta. Then headed over to Rialto Bridge and looked through some of the little shops.
Masquerade masks are an extremely important part of Venetian culture. To separate the social class, people would wear masks. For the evening, no one would be labeled, because everyone's identity was a mystery. The two main types are regular masks, and masks with big noses. The big nose ...