Marea Hotel Giardinetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... pasta would be a good choice, while Andy chose lasagna. Both of the dishes, I thought, were delicious! We really enjoyed eating there. After dinner we had some gelato, and headed back to our hotel for the evening.
Friday was our last full day in Italy. I lined up a guided tour of Venice for the morning, so we started our day off with that. During our tour we visited St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco), Saint Mark's Basilica (Basilica di San Marco), ...
... the plazas we stopped for some time to listen to an older gentleman sing a couple opera songs- he was amazing. PS - it was funny to see the pizza guy delivering a pizza one night.... by foot.
We were surprised/amused at how many people had dogs that weren’t on leases; they just followed their people around in the streets. Of course, it is winter here so dogs wore jackets.... :-)
St. Marks Square was beautiful ...
... the pigeons poop on people’s heads, order a pizza, or stick with the plan and hit the Basilica. We stuck with the plan, and I am glad that we did. The mosaics were breathtaking and took me back to Sunday School. The Basilica is said to have been built on the bones of Mark, who wrote one of the books of the New Testament. Inside, the entire story of Christians is depicted through mosaics, with highlights of ...
... s time to find our way back home. Much easier said than done for us mapless first-timers, especially since we've now passed the same restaurant and outdoor dining group for the second time. Yes, we're lost in Venice. Now for the good news - at least we're on an island, and it's a small one at that. With the help of numerous restauranteurs and passers-by we eventually find our way back to familiar ground. Our senses have truly been expanded ...
We'd organised to meet another Slow Traveller this morning, so we set off to San Toma' to catch the vaporetto to Ca' d'Oro. Xander has come up with a new name for the vaporetto, a combination of the Paris metro and vaporetto: vetro. Should he trademark it? ;-)
We arrived a little early, so we headed out onto Strada Nova, the main path between the train station/Piazzale Roma and Rialto, for some people watching. When Kathy arrived, she had ...