Hotel San Luca
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... beheadings, vampires, ghosts and more as we walked through the dark maze of streets and canals. We saw some amazing places that no one would probably to find on their own. It's so crazy to think that we see the spot where a noble prince was stabbed to death 400 years ago and just feet away is a fancy purse store and no one waking by has a clue. After the tour and the hundreds of pictures I took, Sammy pushed her way onto one of the ...
... least. There were projectors going with slides from different periods in Armenia history.
After going through the exhibit we headed back toward our place. We stopped to have a gelato that according to my guidebook was the best in Venice. Not sure that I agree. This was one thing we saw a lot of was gelato stands all over Venice. Had some pretty incredible colors of gelato to chose from.
... restaurant, "Alfredino's", with the best pasta, so we were determined to find it! It was definitely worth the hunt! Best. Pasta. Ever! We took our dinner and found some steps on the canal and enjoyed amazing food with an amazing view! After that we enjoyed our last night here wondering around one last time with our nightly gelato! So far, a great start to our trip! We are both really excited to go to Innsbruck and take a trip up the alps! Sorry for the novel! Too much to write about! ...
... a few (16?) inhabitants...was previously a thriving community in the 12th century. After, I returned to Venice to continue my "get lost" tour of Venice and all its canals. Stopped for a Spritz then home to my room for 4:30. Local dinner at the pizzeria - last pizza (11.5€). Back to room for pics, emails, reading and generally not sleeping until probably after 2 am. Heard from MC (12:30) with pics of Goli home at ...
... best for wedding photography, as we were treating to a bridal couple posing all over the square. Needless to say that amused me for a while. We continued to just wander around and as the crowds of tourists started to join us we headed into a park for a bit of a rest, or in my case and an hour or so snoozing in the sun. After lunch in a little cafe the rest of the afternoon was spent poking around the shops and just getting lost in the maze of streets and ...