Park Hotel Annia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Up at 4:50 to make sure I get to the bus stop in time to catch the bus to the airport. I really wanted to catch the water bus as the stop was closer but when I bought my ticket yesterday I forgot to specify water bus. Ended up with a ticket for the ground bus which just meant a bit further of a walk and the huge new bridge to carry my case over but hopefully this will be the last one. Actually got to the bus stop early enough to catch ...
... to me and said, "What did you do?" Haha. When our gondola ride was over we went to this place on a canal off the main street. It was pretty tasty. Right down the road at Al Timo. is where I read had some of the best spritz in Venice. Apparently Venice makes the best spritz, so we had to try it. They were really good and must have been a cool hangout for people, because the place was packed. They were pretty good drinks ...
... at St Mark's square. After some photos we window shopped along our way to the Rialto bridge, where we had dinner overlooking the Grand Canal and Rialto bridge. The views were awesome but the dinner fairly ordinary, although Chris' gnocchi was quite nice and fresh, my spaghetti bolognese was a major disappointment and I didn't have too much of it. After dinner I got some gelato, which never disappoints! After seeing and tasting the massive ...
... are like pigs in mud. I even got to do a load of washing in a "washing machine" what treat!! We have a couple of restaurants and supermarkets nearby, so we have had fun grocery shopping and Gary happy in his kitchen preparing simple homecooked meals, so good.
01/06/2013: Off to Venice on the ferryboat stopping first at the island of Burano with its picturesque pastel coloured houses, it is renowned for its lace. Next the island ...
... and load or unload people, the ever ending lines of tourists all trying to figure out the tickets system and then which ferry line to go to.
From advice from Paolo we decided to get a 7 day travel pass, which allowed us to use the vaporetto or water bus as a hop on hop off option. At 50 euros for the pass (children over 6 had to pay the same fare) we were surprised at having had to hand over 250 euro before we even entered Venice, but compared to ...