Charming House DD724
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... that's what I tell myself ;)
It began to rain, lightly, and we strolled around with our umbrellas among the crowds. It is easy to see why people call Venice one of the most romantic cities in the world. It has a charm and character like no other city we've seen in Italy so far. Venice is also our last big city in Italy as we head north to the Dolomite mountains, part of the Italian Alps, and then up to Austria. A good mix of city ...
Thanks to yesterday's practice run we arrived on time for the Doge's Palace Secret Itineraries tour which promised to take us to areas of the palace not open to the general public including Casanova's prison cells and the hidden rooms behind the generally known rooms where spying, torture and interrogations took place. The guide was excellent. Her english was very rich and the anecdotes amusing and informative. The Doge of Venice ...
We heard it might thunderstorm today so Franklin and I left early as we didn't know what time it would come. We caught the bus from the campsite into Venice and jumped on the first ferry boat which took us all the way to the top of the grand canal. We hadn't had any breakfast yet so we popped into a small cafe full of locals and I finally ate breakfast the Italian way, a cappuccino and croissant before 11am. ...
... pretty and the line moved very fast, the entire thing took only about 20minutes. We then spent a few hours getting lost on our way to the Santa Maria church on the tip of the island. ONce we finally found it, it was closed so we enjoyed the sunset from the southern most peak of Venice. It was breathtaking to see the sun go down over the ocean and canals.
Wednesday we took the ferry to explore 2 of the 3 most northern ...
... out with particularly extravagant ceilings. One of these was 55 x 25 metres large.
Then there were rooms filled with old guns, maces (these were scary when thinking of what use they were put to), swords, bows/arrows etc. And of course then there was the chastity belt - check out the pic for the scary teeth. I have heard that some men tried to get around these, when you look at it, you will think they were very brave in those days!
Then we went down ...