Hotel San Moise
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... variety. The Veneto region grows over 20 varieties of grapes.
And, our evening had a perfect ending - while dining at Vinery all'Amarone, our tour guide asked where each of us was staying and several of us were near St. Mark's Square. She asked if we knew how to get back and I piped up that Google Maps took us on a winding route through the streets of Venice and finally across the Accademia Bridge. Monica said that is NOT the ...
It's a fabulous city you can stay on the island if you want, to pull your cases around the tiny streets and over the bridges, or on the mainland and catch the train or bus in.
Depending on the time of year, and how busy it is, getting around the city with cases is hot and when I was there really hot.
You can buy a day ticket to let you travel on the river buses, make sure you keep any dangling limbs inside at bus ...
... incredible final dinner (ending with semi-freddo), and a romantic walk back to the apartment.
2. I am going to miss Italy, and vacation, but I am also surprisingly looking forward to home. Vacation is wonderful, but thoughts of not 95 degree weather, our own bed, Stanley, and friends and family are comforting.
Goodnight, and more to come of this beautiful city!!
... another Grand Canal and a myriad of glass shops and showrooms. It was lovely just strolling along, getting lost, although Andrew always seems to know where he is, and popping in and out of all the shops. I am amazed at some of the creations. Some are sooooo elaborate and gaudy and others more modern and contemporary. Much of it is the same and it became a bit of a game to find shops that had different stuff. Whilst looking for a small pendant in a large showroom (where ...
... so I was just going to wander about the 2 islands. I was disappointed that I had to cancel my tour of the glass factory yesterday but at least I wasn't in a position to feel obliged to make a purchase from them. Came across a factory that was about to give a demonstration on some glass work. The guy first made a vase by glass blowing and then made a horse by using tongs to shape the molten glass. Wandered the streets ...