Hotel Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande
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... the worst blisters by the end of walking around! I couldn't wear shoes for days after I had to wear thongs everywhere. Our second day staying at Verona we spent driving out to a winery town called Soave. We got to information and asked about where the good wineries were for tastings and set of. Sim had put some addresses into the GPS so I followed that and ended up driving down roads that were more motorbike tracks through the vines themselves! Needless to say we didn't find any ...
... free beer and coffee because the waitress kept ignoring our requests for the bill (!) we jumped back on the boat and got off near Piazza San Marco where we stopped for lunch.
Venice is a great place to people watch, so many nationalities from all over the world mixing and taking pictures for each other. In fact, on several occasions we asked people to take a picture of us with a quaint little bridge behind us or a ...
... clock strikes the hour so it's an experience in itself. The bridges crossing the grand canal are pieces of art in themselves! Most are lined with people stood looking out over the canal, I dread to think how busy it would be in the summer or when a carnival is on!! We spent the rest of the day just wandering around. Working our way down the streets, it really is like a very beautiful maze. We went for dinner off the beaten path at a pizzeria where we sat next to the canal. We will miss ...
We arose early in order to change hotels and did get to a very beautiful and elegant Palazzo Priuli. Since the previous hotel could not accommodate us, we were set up here near to Piazza San Marco but actually located in the Castello section of town. The area is very charming and much more peaceful especially, magical at night with no crowds. We unsuccessfully tried to send books and brochures from the Biennale home ...
... or so and we're back on the way to the hostel for a quick spruce up for the evening's entertainment. Vivaldi Concert As we entered the hushed auditorium of the church, people turned to see who had arrived and were clearly taken aback that a group of young men had come to enjoy an evening of classical music. To say that we weren't the target audience is an understatement: the median age of the audience dropped considerably on our entrance. Conceived as ...