Hotel New Tiffany's Park
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... the tripod off. We made our
way slowly but surely as we wandered through various complexities of
narrow streets and lines of markets.
We got back at about 3pm.
We then went back out for gelato!! We had seen a place the night before and I saw a flavor I was craving. When we got there we decided to get a cup of 4 flavours each! Oooh yeah!For me, dark chocolate sorbet, kit Kat, sacher (dark choc, sponge cake and apricot jam), and of course mint choc chip.
... an early start. Internet on the boat is really expensive so we will use our phones when in port rather than on the ship.
This is a real holiday as we are waited on hand & foot, we went and asked where to put our cups last night and the waiter laughed as we are meant to leave them for them. We then had a long chat with him as he likes the kiwis and they only get a few each ...
... rain so we headed back to the room.
The next day started slow but we eventually made it back to Piazza San Marco to see it in the day light and visit the Basilica. When we got there the whole thing was flooded. I think maybe it was high tide. Everyone was walking around on temporary wooden boardwalks that looked a lot like tables.
This was interesting when tourists decided they would stop half way to take photos, thereby blocking everyone else but we made ...
As our visit to Venice draws to a close, we reflect on the times we spent there, both good and … less good. When last we wrote, we were in Rome, hurrying to get the last of our requisite sightseeing in before we scuttled along. We packed our bags, purchased a handful of last biglietti for the subway, and made our way out to the Pantheon in the morning light. It should go without saying that the Pantheon is an architecturally impressive building, but I'll say it anyway. ...
... along with a variety of specialist food shops, quaint bacari (bars) and interesting little churches and campos. Here you will find the largest campo, Campo San Polo, and the magnificent Church of the Frari.
This is a delightful area in the southern part of Venice where many artists, writers and academics make their homes. The draw here is the world famous museums, fine restaurants and classic Venetian scenes which ...