Hotel La Forcola
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... The bruschetta last night was the best thing we've eaten here so far! So we're just going to stick to quick easy food rather than trying another nice sit down meal and being underwhelmed. We did see something very cool while we were eating though. There was a bar a few doors down from the restaurant and parked outside was a boat with a band playing. Drums, bass, electric guitar, singers...everything! They played for awhile and then ...
... was like a tour of a strange and different land.
But, when you get onto land life becomes interesting. I saw someone had a travel book called "How Not to Get Lost in Venice". I would think that that is not possible. Advice if you are travelling to Venice; invest in a big map with big writing. Anyway we set off following the directions the hotel gave us and using Trip Advisor City Guide. After ...
... let go of this chance and took our photographs too !!
From there we made our journey towards the apartment and on the way saw Madonna Della Salute Church and the different alleys, canals and bridges of Venice... apparently there are about 400+bridges in Venice as informed to us by the Gondola person.
The day ended much too quickly and we are now set to make our trip to the next destination -Rome.
See you all in Rome !!
... to be one of the finest examples of Byzantine architecture in the world. Rebuilt in 1071, the basic structure of the building has changed very little over the last 1000 years. The interior has been continuously modified over that timeframe, with many of the major embellishments coming in the 1300s. The exterior brickwork has gradually been covered with marble, ornate carvings, and columns acquired from the Orient by Venetian ...
Today we head into the city of Venice. Our day starts with a monorail to the city edge. Then a walking tour. On our tour we saw the Rialto bridge, Saint Marks campanile, Saint Marks Basillica in Saint Marks Square as well as the Doges Palace and the bridge of sights, after our walking tour we saw a lace demonstration. It's pretty amazing how much effort and work goes into the lace. After lace it was time for a gondola ride around ...
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