Marco Polo Terme
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... chilly it was well worth it for the view. Venice can be walked from one end to another in over an hour, but there is no way to accomplish this because of all the pleasant distractions you find around each Calle or Campo. Of course we ended the day off with a pleasant dinner in a restaurant hidden away in a courtyard that even if we knew the address we would not find it again. Menu was a combination of sea food pastas, yum ...
... a little ghoulish, it was interesting to see how the paramedics worked. It appears that they work in teams of three; at least that was the number that attended this emergency. They were well equipped with bags of equipment, and we observed (discreetly, of course) that they administered some kind of intravenous line. The interesting thing was how they transported the patient away from the café. They had with them a barrow-type arrangement on a single axle with a high ...
... anything and we lose track of the time again and we look at the clock and its 7:30 at night.
We then decide to get some pizza for dinner. she comes back no my hotel and eat the pizza there.
It was really good pizza.
Then we run out of things to talk about and she is pretty tired at this point, so I escort her back to her hotel around the corner.
Then head home and go to bed.
... saying no photos!! Ended up joining everyone else - felt bad but.......got some nice photos! Went down stairs and through The Basilica - it is very impressive! Headed off for some lunch - yikes it was the most expensive meal I have had on the trip - over €50 but I guess it was a treat or at least that is what I am telling myself to justify it. After lunch I wanted to go to Ca' Rezzonico. It is the only remaining house in ...
... to Venice included a bus and water transporter dropping us at the Grand Canal, a short walk from St Mark's square. The included tour only encompassed a map orientation for us to use in our own time and a glass blowing demonstration (I wonder what the backshish was from this?)
We had promised ourselves a gondola ride both because it was on the bucket list and also in lieu of a first anniversary present to each other and decided to take it now. ...