Hotel Holiday La Marca
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... area, such as a church or a pharmacy, rather than named after a famous person. We also went to a bookshop called, Librerio Acqua Alta, which translates to High Water Bookshop, as when there is high water in Venice, this book shop gets flooded. At the back of this bookshop they have created a staircase out of books that have been destroyed from high water. We also got to walk into the front of the hospital in Venice, which has a beautiful old facade as its ...
... and down narrow canals and neighborhoods of Venice, and
then out on to the main Grand Canal and back around. We found our first Pizza
place and ordered up a few slices to take and eat on the steps of a small
bridge over a canal way. We sat with our drinks and pizza on the steps as
people strolled by, a wonderful people watching place. This might have been the
best Pizza we have ever had so we are two for two so far on meals in ...
... film festival is on here at present but we haven't seen anybody famous yet. However, Ang reckons we may have as there certainly is a lot of extremely beautiful people here and lots with Botox to and an unusual amount of gorgeous young women (25-35) with much older wrinkly men!, 2. Our hotel room is the Marco Polo room. The six rooms are individually themed in their decore and paintings. Ours is Chinese as Marco Polo, the Venetian explorer, was the European who discovered ...
... a one person affair because there isn't room for more than the owner and one customer. I'd hate to be a removalist here. An upshot is that all of the locals here are reasonably fit. No surprise when walking is the main transport option and freight is by hand cart. Sure they ferry it as close as they can first, but there is still a major bit of manual handling for most people. I'd hate to think what a serious fire would do to this place. If you do come here, ...
... around canals, hit dead ends or are forced to turn (there's signs throughout the city pointing the correct direction toward a few landmarks, like St. Mark's Square, the Rialto Bridge and the train station, which are invaluable).
Now, we're relaxing, catching up on the madness around Chris Christie, and contemplating the end of our vacation. One more full day! Craziness!