Hotel Terme Patria
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We slept in today, both exhausted from our recent travel, but got through the city pathways and a cafe for breakfast at 11 and enjoyed a beautiful cappuccino and marmalade croissant. The tourists are still here, it seems there are almost as many as Mosquitos, and this is well and truly off season. Beggars are abundant on the streets in Italy, it is like France in that way. We give some Money to a couple of people during the day, and our apologies to others. It is very sad to see ...
... many other things listed on websites Brittany found. There was a #1 restaurant listed in Brittany's guidebook for the best place to go to eat in this area of Venice and so yesterday, we set out to find it. However, after several hours of walking and trying to find the right streets, we gave up and went elsewhere for dinner. We had looked the address and walking route up on Google maps prior to going, but what these maps don't have are all the alleys ...
... today was amazing! It was sunny with a high of 65ish. Just perfect. Tonight was a bit cooler, but was fine with a light jacket. The one thing I did not expect was the quantity of Dog roaming all over this city - some on leashes, some not. They are seriously everywhere. I was prepared for the canals, crowds, foods, but not the puppies. What a great surprise.
Now we are back in the room and have a full day ahead of us. Time to hit the hay. Love to you ...
... waiters so service wasn't horribly fast, but we weren't in any rush and the food was decent.
After lunch, we found the water bus station and hopped on the bus back to St. Mark's square. The bus was packed so we had to stand during the journey. It was fun to see Venice go by out the windows of the bus. One of the sights was the other side of the Arsenale military complex we had seen yesterday. Within half an hour, we were back at St. Mark's ...
... the area where the Rialto Bridge was located. There was a major area that was for loading and unloading, then they workers would put the boxes in carts the they had to cary up and down a lot of stairs. We were told that the best time to go see the St. Marks Basilica was at night. So as soon as it got dark went to see it and it really was worth waiting because it looked amazing. The amount of detail that was put into it is incredible, ...