Hotel Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande
Travel Blogs from Venice
... enormous churches, quiet garden piazzas, and getting sore legs. We got home just before Simone, and once she got home we embarked on a new mission: To get good pizza in Italy.
We walked, seemingly forever, until we got to the pizza place that Simone liked, and for some reason there were about 20 teenage girls milling around the entrance. The pizzas were much, much better than we've had elsewhere in Italy - but I have to say - nothing beats Chicken Peri Peri from Crust back ...
... meltdown... and that's exactly what I had. Waaaahh!! I want to go home!!! Poor Robert was thinking 'Oh **** , this birthday idea of mine just backfired'. To cut a long story short, I was actually coming down with his cold, and a few panadol & a little rest soon had me cheery again. Everything went incredibly smoothly from that point on (apart from getting lost a lot when walking) and I grew to love the city of 'elegant decay'. What a charming ...
... and got a tour of the synagogues in the area. We weren't allowed to take pictures but I snuck a few in anyways. The first synagogue on the tour was the most beautiful I'd ever seen - although it was dilapidated with slanted pillars, m************s in the wall and a floor that looked like it was about to collapse. It was so bad that we were specifically told not to ...
... we are using our cellular plan for data so this will be short with just a couple of pictures, we have a bunch more to show your but that will be a recap when we get back to Fenton.
Hope all is well, can't wait to be home.
Doug & Kort
... Canal, where products from around the known world were warehoused, traded, and sold. This was the commercial core of the city for hundreds of years.
We leave the crowds of the Rialto area for the more tranquil environs of the San Polo District. These more "lived in" parts of Venice are serene and inviting. At the center of the district is Campo San Polo (San Polo Square), Venice's second largest square after Piazza San ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility