Marea Hotel Giardinetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Well this morning it was Kathy up at 0500 ( just me though, everyone else kept sleeping). I got a good workout in the park using a fitness app that has you do timed intervals of body weight exercises then I used the playground for added bonus exercises like dips and pull ups. I am missing my cross fit. The weather in Venice is getting very warm with temps in 90's by the end of this week. Thankfully we leave at 11:30 ...
... the water was so I went down a couple of the steps to the water to out my hand in. What I didn't realize is that on the steps it's covered in sea goo and I slipped but I caught myself beforeip I went all the way into the water. Thank goodness I was wearing my waterproof tennis shoes so my feet didn't get soaking wet! We got onto the "free" ferry and headed to Burano, all three do fell asleep on the boat for the forty minute ferry ride. Burano ...
I always thought venice would be the most eye opening city to visit on my gap year and i was correct. After another short train ride this time from florence we began crossing the water into the island venice, it was as if we were on a boat, all we could see was water and small looking island. The only annoyance on the train was the man behind us who saw Sophie find a good spot for luggage and then he took my spot, so my bag ended up half way down the ...
We were SO lucky with the weather - absolutely glorious sunshine, but not too hot so it was comfortable to walk around Venice.
Had pastries from a lovely bakery called "Majer" for breakfast, and I have to admit that they really make English ones seem lacking.
Anyway, we set off from the flat late morning, and Nick showed us around. Admittedly we got a bit lost, but without anything to rush home to, it was all part of the experience. We started by going over a bridge ...
... Piazza, we got onto the Vaporetto that took us around the east side of Venice. It was interesting to see the no-so-populated / industrial port of Venice and the island of Lido that is east of Venice.
It was a gloomy day but I was optimistic. We got to the island and began wandering the streets. Other than the main street, the island was very quiet. We were getting hungry so before checking out too much glass we ...