Novotel Venezia Mestre
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... year old city. My feelings of grandeur were still there but the 21st century tackiness was starting to creep in. Salesman jammed items in your face uninvited to purchase, the hustle and bustle of the tourists was overpowering, the lovely romantic gondalo rides where €100 for 45 minutes and the city looked like it really needed a good hosing down with a gurney. We had been pre warned about the price of a drink whilst overlooking the water or a coffee in the Piazza ...
... under that archway I find the historical museum. Great. Up we go again and are treated with a MASSIVE Etruscan and Roman display. Even though we have seen a few by now, this one seems to be one of the largest and more interesting. Another couple of hours in this one, and I don't think we see all of it when weariness and rather burnt out by museums now, we leave the Etruscans to rest and peace.
We are the last to leave ,they close the windows and turn ...
... risotto didn't appeal to me at all. Instead I ate two slices of tomato and meat lasagne which was very creamy and delicious. For main we ate a small piece of fish similar to Dory with a tiny bit of tomato sauce on top and salad on the side. Also served were battered prawns and calamari, both of which tasted alright but not my favourite type of foods. For dessert bowls of fruit were placed on the tables and plates of lemon biscuits and almond toffee. Both were delicious and ...
... on the water bys and weave my way south back to the canal. This place is really tiny as with only the most minimal of walking I had passed back to the dorsoduro area (from the san stae) stop for Venice fans. Maybe it's my complete inability to get lost which means I always know where I am roughly (and this is with no map). Other people look pretty confused when walking about but I just seem to find the right places so easily. So I stopped in santa margarita square for dinner ...
... into a giant party with live bands playing. It gave me the same feeling as I had all those years ago at the outdoor rave in Barcelona. There is just something magical about dancing to the music in the streets and feeling part of something much bigger.
The following day was much of the same. I knew I would be returning to Venice later in the year so didn't feel the urgency and need to fit all the tourist attractions in as I would normally do so I felt very relaxed ...