Hotel San Luca
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 60 strand tiny glass bead necklace! Thanks Ron and Cheryl for the birthday present. This is turning into the best birthday month ever! After indulging myself yet again we headed back to Venice packed like sardines on the vaparetto. After a quick rest at the apartment we mapped out the number one restaurant in venice and managed to find it! It was tiny place, in a narrow alley. If it was closed you would walk right past it. It was a fresh pasta take out bar and it came out ...
... on her daughter. Aussies, so a quick chat, and it turned out they were going to Cison di Valmareno where we had been for a walk.
We then caught our connection, choosing the slow all stops vaporetto. It wasn't too crowded so were able to have a spot at the rail and just watch all the activity along the canal and shoreline. A very busy place, with the vaporettos at times queuing up for their turn at the wharf.
Initially thought this ...
We spent the day in Venice before flying to Paris. A wise man once told me, "When you go to Venice, you will get lost and that is a good thing." Sure enough, there isn't much that compares to being lost in Venice. We spent the day wandering down narrow streets and crossing bridges until we had no idea where we were. We wandered into 'The Most Beautiful Bookstore in ...
... is such a change from the buses, trains and subways!! Once at Murano, we discovered that it was the home of Guerrieri Hand Blown glass. The demonstration was so amazing...it was like your eyes couldn't believe what was happening right in front of you. One minute he had a glob of melted glass, then two minutes later he had a horse. It was crazy!!! After the demonstration, we were ushered into the ...
... this is the Lido that coined the phrase, "Lido Deck," on cruise ships, and the name for certain types of outdoor swimming pools).
My first impression: how strange it was to see cars again (even some large SUVs) and to walk along regular streets. I've been enjoying the pedestrian-only aspect of Venice more than I realized! I did see a lot of bicycles on Lido, however, and the vehicle traffic is very light really. At the vaporetto stop I turned right and ...