Travel Blogs from Rosolina Mare
We wake at 6:30am to hit the road (aka boat in Venice) at 7:30am. We take the vaporetto to the airport bus (local bus) to Marco Polo airport. We were a bit concerned on whether the .70€ of tipo 00 flour was to be confiscated or set off a security search. Sure enough, Andrew's bag caused us to have his luggage unzipped and examined. The guy saw the flour in the ...
... at a little bar/restaurant and had a big salad for lunch ... The menu said it was going to come with lots of stuff, including tuna and boiled egg, but for whatever reason those two ingredients were missing. The waitresses looked harried, so I decided not to bother them about it since the salad was still quite good. This just meant that I'd have room for a gelato later. Priorities. After a stroll through the Dorsoduro District and a nice cone of gelato, ...
... champagne glasses and having them shipped home. Quelle extravangance ! I found a shop with some similar and told the salesman the story and he said they would charge upwards of 300Euro each for them nowadays! Crikey !!
Had a Insalate Caprese for lunch. Quite restrained really. Rex had something fried w chips.
Back on the boat and the long way around to Piazza san Marco and up to the Archaeological Museum. Nicely curated and not so big you lose ...
... a island that attracts millions of visitors a year. Stepping out of the station you see the most gorgeous buildings and 'The Grand Canal', with boats shifting people and produce. What a strange concept and so romantic. There are no cars, bikes or scooters on the island which is weird in itself. There is a bridge connecting the mainland with a multi-storey car park and drop off point for the many tourists buses, after this point the only transport is by foot or water. ...
Saturday was our travel day, we departed from Venice by Water bus around 9am. This took us to the St Lucia Train station in Venice.
This place was almost as busy as St Mark’s square! Water buses, taxis and delivery boats. We then caught the very fast train to Rome, it travelled at speeds up to 250mks per hour it was a
very comfortable train ...
Other places to stay in Rosolina Mare
SS Romea 309 Km 41 to Venice, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $61
Viale dei Pini 21, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Piazza San Giorgio, 5, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $94
Via Po Di Levante, 4, Rosolina Mare | 4 star hotelfrom $186
Rosolina Mare - Via dei Lauri 34/44, Rosolina Mare | 3 star hotelfrom $35