Marea Hotel Giardinetto
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... their blogs. Tomorrow we have a full day of travelling to Rome, then it's my last night on tour. With several of us leaving and a 21st to celebrate I'm sure it will be messy. I might as well make the most of it, since I'll be on my own and have plenty of time to recover afterward. Once I get through the brutal space of time between checking out of one hostel and checking into another. I can't say I'm looking forward to that. ...
... shops around the Rialto are buzzing. There are shops selling everything from trinkets to ornaments, clothes, shoes, bags, you name it and you could probably find it.
Gary sees a goody shop and does some shopping. We decide that we will save the Gondola ride for tomorrow evening. They charge an extra 20 Euro after 7 o'clock in the evening, but we think it's better than riding around in the heat. We make our way back towards Lucas's restaurant and ...
... smile to your face when you stroll past. It seems like a nice place to settle down and write or relax in peace. If only for the over abundance of tourists there, I would consider spending an extended amount of time there. When we were finished, we made our way back to the main island and finding ourselves some masks to decorate later. The city was enjoyable to visit overall, yet it made me sad to see how it has changed.
... you, thank you, thank you.
We stopped by All'Arco again for drinks and cichetti on our way back, watching the Venetian evening wind down from our little table outside. Then it was back to the apartment for dinner and, ultimately, packing. Tomorrow there is a plane to catch, and tomorrow we will be returning home again. Doesn't it seem too soon?
... opened, and again we were standing in awe. We had no idea just how expansive Venice was. We moved our way out and walked from window to window taking in the overhead view of the city. This experience was even more special due to the fact that there was barely anyone else up there with us. We didn't have to fight crowds to get to the windows and we were able to get all the photos we wanted with no one else around. Soon, it started to get ...