Albergo La Meridiana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... quick and easy and the only hiccup was that we had to wait for customs to clear our bikes to go on board. We waited about an hour for the ship and custom clearance. Both were very efficient.
We wheeled on board with panniers, unpacked, ate a quick lunch and headed out to reacquaint ourselves with Venice. There is an efficient boat service from the port to Saint Marks which we took and then we slowly walked back heading over to the ...
I realize that I hadn’t actually said the words to her. I was on one knee in the Grand Canal in Venice on a warm sunny day and I said “ Briony will you marry me” I held out the travel ring I bought her ( I didn’t buy a real ring because if our bags got lost or anything that would be quite awkward)
Obviously she said yes and the tears were falling like niagra falls. I slid the ring on and it fit must have been all the sweat from ...
... own food! It was interesting at Genoa, as the train didn't pull in to the station and keep going. It headed off in the direction we had come in on before turning to move on. So we were initially sitting backwards and now we are forwards! Ok, we have passed the third test for today. We made it through Milan train station. This one was chaotic, carrying the rucksacks and the bikes along the entire length of the train to the main part of the station. We only had 30 ...
We didn't know what to expect today after Milan was such a disappointment. We woke up and had a wonderful breakfast prepared by Luisa. We started with a bowl of fresh chopped up fruit and fresh juice and cold water. We had the yummiest baby croissants! She’s very hospitable and lovely. €50 later, we had a 36 hour public transport pass that lets us catch as many buses and boats we desire. We caught the bus outside Luisa’s apartment to Venice and the minute Mum ...
... cheese cream inside. You split it open and the mozzarella kind of oozes out - it was perfetto! We also had octopus salad, which led to P and I reminiscing about our Greece trip a couple years prior and the yummy grilled octopus we'd had. This was C's first octopus and she gamely tried it (and liked it). Of course, there were spritzs!
After lunch, we decided Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Friari was an important enough ...