Royal San Marco Hotel
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... makers then started screaming, spraying things and bolting to a window that had been left open. It was then gondola time, which was really fun. It takes four years to become a gondolier and there are really strict regulations about your gondola. It's amazing how they navigate their way around the canals, under bridges (they have to crouch pretty low) and with other gondolas. We were clearly more stressed about it than they were. Our gondolier liked to ...
... it was very busy.
As we had walked along, the sun was pretty intense but we were on the water and so there was a nice breeze blowing. We walked back along the Zattere and checked out the prices of the various places to eat. Some of them were quite pricey. Most of them did not open until later or did not serve dinner if they were open.
Got to the end and the place we had really thought would be a nice place to ...
... a gondola ride (or at least that's what I told Jamie)! A great first day! Day two we had pre-booked our entrance into Basilica Di San Marco before we left Canada, which proved to be a good decision because there was a crazy line up of people waiting! It was a beautiful, very gothic looking church with 24carat gold leafing mosaics on the ceiling. After that we headed to the Rialto Market again to see all the fish this time (when we got there yesterday they were all packing up). ...
Woke up about 7 and started to get ready and pack, had 2/3 of a jam sandwich, an apple and some orange juice for breakfast, then checked out of the hotel and walked to the station where we got the 10:30 train to Venice. Caught the bus and walked 15 minutes to the campsite and checked in, then sorted our stuff in the tent (which was fine!) and got changed to our bikinis and went in the pool and jacuzzi which was at the campsite, stayed there ...
... big lunch at Trattoria Antika Mola, another Paolo suggestion, then finish our buns, meat, cheese, fruit for supper before leaving tomorrow. Spent the afternoon in the sun on our little balcony, playing cards and watching our neighbors go about their lives (washing their boat, walking their dog, going to the market, washing ...