Albergo La Meridiana
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... We did take the long trip and saw so much: Marco Paolo's house, Mozart's house, the house of the first ever first lady, beautiful original gothic architecture, the Grand Canal, Rialto Bridge, and the Bridge of Sighs. The water levels are crazy. It is bizarre to see lower levels of buildings and stairs under water. The ride was a very relaxing hour and it certainly started our morning off right.
Next on the list was Saint Mark's Basilica! ...
... hostel which was relatively close by.
I settled in at my hostel, got some food and by mid afternoon I was out wandering through the corridors of the city, getting 'lost' many times as I tried to make my way to Rialto bridge but ending up going in some opposite direction than I had intended. I have to admit though that getting lost in the small corridors of the city was quite fun and it had me smiling stupidly as I wandered ...
... eye the produce outside a small alimentari, or general food shop, on my walk back to my place. The man working came right up and was thrilled to help me out, asking what my plans were with the tomatoes.
I told him I would be eating a LOT of seafood and that I'd also need a good white wine, so he spent the next ten minutes breaking down the tastes and flavors of every white wine he had in his shop, telling me the differences between the wines from ...
... try to go away. I've now mastered the spin and walk move and it seems to work. I'm amazed at the number of people who actually take the rose and are then surprised that they're being told to give the guy money while he masterfully avoids taking the rose when they hand it back to him. The bridge must have a spell on it that these guys can't pass because I saw a flower guy chase a couple with a flower right to the bottom and then stop, still yelling to them. ...
... which was very dark (only two tiny windows opening out onto the dark alley) and had no air conditioning and no wifi (the horror!). After showing us some of his favorite restaurants, ice creameries, and supermarkets around Venice, and after paying him in cash, he left us with instructions to drop off the keys on the day of our departure at the bar next to his apartment.
After settling in at our rental apartment, it was time to get out and explore Venice. It ...