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... Concentration Camp. We are glad we went to Buchenwald. It provided some detail that was missing from the Auschwitz camps. The ovens in the crematoria in Buchenwald had not been damaged. They were just as they had been left when the nazis fled. There was an execution room in the basement; the bodies were sent up to the ground floor in an elevator; they were moved by trolley and placed in the ovens. The routine was quite apparent. This detail was missing in ...
When we finished there the rain had stopped so we decided to head for St Marks Square as it’s a must see for Venice, when we got there we discovered that every tourist in Venice must be there. It is stunning, the buildings amazing, but their duomo just seemed a bit overdone, the one in Florence we thought much prettier. We walked through the square avoiding the big puddles and the hordes of pigeons and hordes of tour ...
... because inside there was a bustle of activity, as about a dozen people, including 4 cops whose uniform included pants with a bright pink stripe down the side, ate, drank coffee and beer, and shopped. In Italy, however, the coffee is legit coffee-house quality, made by skilled baristas. There's no such thing as a 12-oz drip coffee like in the U.S. Which I didn't mind as I had acquired a taste ...
... in the middle of Italy. Each "bungalow" looked like a garden shed on the outside; need I say more? The inside wasn't too bad and appeared to be clean.
After sorting out our belongings and taking hot showers we took the hostel's shuttle to the people mover to Venice. After the short ride on the people mover once arriving, we were at the very edge of the city. There is only about one road and a roundabout fit ...
... the next two places. Everyone introduced themselves and we all had a great time chatting. Soon it was time to move on to bacari #2. I found the name quite amusing; in English it would be "The Devil and the Holy Water". We stood in the alley and enjoyed our wine; Alessandro would keep coming around to refill our glasses and serve us a delicious variety of cicchetti. We had minced rare pork cheek topped with mustard (amazing); battered and ...
Other places to stay in Rosolina Mare
SS Romea 309 Km 41 to Venice, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $62
Viale dei Pini 21, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $76
Piazza San Giorgio, 5 , Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $90
Via Po Di Levante, 4, Rosolina Mare | 4 star hotelfrom $52
Rosolina Mare - Via dei Lauri 34/44, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $33