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... is stunning but lacks a view which was disappointing but the hotel and everything about it is so elegant. (Glad I brought some dresses). St Marks Square is literally steps away from the front door of the hotel - talk about location. The weather was perfect and I headed out for a couple of hours of exploring before my scheduled wine/tour which was in the section of Venice known as the Jewish ghetto. It took about 30 steps out of San Marco for me to ...
... the sea and salt water eat away at the foundations of the buildings. Do they have to tighten them up once in a while? Venice has suffered from moral disintegration at times too. A little history lesson told us that in the 18th century, the population was subjugated by a city-wide addiction to gambling that brought ruin to many families, even among clergy. Some streets are named after playing cards!
Venezia is about travel by ...
We left the hotel in Florence at about 8.30am in a taxi for the train station.
ripped off by taxi driver about 6 eu.
The station was packed with people as seems to be usual.
Fast train to Venice..coffee and cake served on the way.
off train and had to find people mover to take us to the ship.
" just go over the bridge and turn right" ...yeah right !!
42 steps up ...
... with maps trying to figure out where the heck they are). We reached the Ponte Rialto for sunset, and soaked in the magical view before heading out for an authentic Venizian dinner! Brace yourselves, foodies. In true Italian style, we set out for dinner around 9 o'clock, as it is way too hot to eat before then. We again followed the recommendation of our host, who is friends with the owner of Ristorante Pizzeria da Alvise. We started with drinks, Pam ...
... was festive and fun.
Not a gondola but still very nice
We also enjoyed our water bus ride after that, again a recommendation of Rick Steves. After dark, when you're on the canal, you can see into the villas all along the canal. We viewed their magnificent chandeliers, paintings, and carved ceilings as we rolled along. Some of the buildings are dark and probably empty. Overall it's a beautiful sight at night.