Park Hotel Junior
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of Verona (next trip) and stopped for lunch at Padua. The sun was out as we covered the final stretch to Venice. We left the bus on the mainland and boarded a private water taxi for a tour of the Grand Canal ( I never really understood how big Venice was and that it was made up of more than 118 Islands...with more being reclaimed) Arriving in St Mark's Square (wow) we then had a walking tour and orientation of the island. Our gondolas were waiting for us on our return and ...
... owner is a very nice man...we are only a 2 minute walk from San Marco square and there quite a few nice little restaurants around here as well. Yesterday we went over to the big seafood markets and lunch at a seafood restaurant right beside....least we knew the food was fresh...the Poste Vecie....the oldest restaurant in Venice...in was built in 1500. It is a very beautiful old restaurant, with beautiful furnishings, waiters all in red jackets and very cosy gas "log" ...
... Venice waiter pestered him until he ordered a side...Don capitulated and ordered potatoes...you guessed it...they were french fries!
It was now time to order wine...none of us was confident enough to stand up to this guy so we let him pick...but we gave him a price cap!
We had a great meal...some funky sardines on the starter but the rest was fantastic. He didn't ask us if we wanted dessert, but he did ask us if we wanted an appertif...limoncello was ...
... We checked into our tiny hotel room (which smells ridiculously like smoke) and headed out to dinner at the hotel restaurant. Which consisted of the Italian classic - lasagna. and bread. And a second type of bread. In other words, we have officially come to Italy and will now consume our weight in carbs (Yikes!) We're excited for tomorrow and hope to see some of the sights! Currently playing: Belong, Cart ...
... and in memory of my Uncle David.
Back at our apartment, we rested before wandering the streets once again. Our final night in Venice could not have been more beautiful as the sun dropped below the church spires and the air softened. However after dinner, we found ourselves utterly lost in the maze of twisted, cobbled streets, as our once faithful map seemed to betray us. Among the confident natives and nonchalant nightlifers there were others just like us ...