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... Art Museum. All were great, but our legs were pretty weary by the end of the day. We decided that instead of eating out that night, we'd buy some bread, cheese, and wine and eat on the balcony before going to a jazz bar for a little bit. Afterwards we got a little lost again on our way to the waterfront -- this time we were searching for a Vivaldi concert and we made it with five minutes to spare. The concert was really good, and made a great finish to an ...
... air conditioned hotel room.
All of the tours for watching glass making are free. One place did a really great job of organizing the flow of tourists and giving good information on the glass blowing process. We watched a man use an oversized pair of tweezers to pull a beautiful horse figure out of a blob of glass.
We had lunch in Murano at a little café on one of the canals. The food was excellent (seafood ...
... place to eat lunch and it was delicious. Then we Cached some more and more and more got lost numerous times but saw a lot of things tourists normally wouldn't see. After numerous tries we finally made it to the Rialto bridge and took some lovely photo's. Now to find St Mark's Square! Along the many wrong turns Rhiannon saw a lovely bag however was unsure if she wanted to buy it, a short walk up the street and she realized it was too bigger bargain to ...
We checked in and LG & I found our room down the hall from T&L's & guess what?!? We had a Princess Room! Within seconds Lauren was jumping on the bed wanting me to take pictures. Simone, Gabriel, & Claudio weren't arriving from Modena for another hour so we got ready and relaxed. We went to an authentic Venetian resturant for dinner that only served seafood. They were not very happy when I special ordered straight up linguini with garlic olive ...
... flooded on a daily basis. I thought it was hilarious to see people dining in fine restaurants around the Square ankle deep in water and waiters serving them in dinner suits and gumboots.
After the water went down we went to Caffe Florian in St Mark's Square for a Bellini (prosecco and peach nectar). I knew I wasn't going to make it to Harry's Bar with the girls, so I decided to have my Bellini at this other Venetian institution. The cost of the Bellini plus the 6 ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiviera Hotel Lido di Venezia
Great view...so, so room.
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