Hotel San Giuliano
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... walk, I found it!!! This afternoon on our way back to the boat for the final time we caught the transfer bus and we were absolutely packed in like sardines. I was standing next to a quite elderly american guy and i could feel my backpack pushing against the doors. Not far from stopping i had a look at the tracks as to how these doors opened and saw they slid behind me so that was cool. Just as we were pulling up i saw the american guy grab a rail to my right and i just wasnt quick ...
... representative of the rest of Venice in almost
As the day drew on, we
began the walk back towards Plaza Roma, heading well off the beaten
track into the quieter residential canals of Santa Croce. We found a
number of lovely little bars and eventually, a great restaurant. On
first inspection, it seemed extremely empty, not usually a good sign.
However, the simple reason ...
... It is a very old building and if you cross the canal you can see in the yard where they have some half built gondolas and have some up on racks in various stages of completion,
We also saw some men come down the canal in a gondola practicing for the Regata Storica. This is an event that happens in September and begins with a procession of historic craft with people in period costumes then a ...
Mom only had one request - Don't kill me. We booked a hotel close to the train station that was actually very easy to find. It was also close to the vaporetti so we could easily make our way to St. Marco's Square and anywhere else we wanted to go.
Italian rule applied - we eat whatever we want, whenever we want. With that idea in mind, the first day was a resounding success. We saw all of ...
... to escape, to learn more about a culture much richer with history than I have ever had the chance to experience. I'm still here, haven't left yet, and I already miss it.
No me ha dejado. It has not left me. NO8DO. The motto of Sevilla. I know that I will feel this way about Sevilla and all of Europe as soon as I step foot back on American soil in 8 weeks. It has not left me. It will not leave me.
Ciao, for now!