Charming House DD724
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... and down narrow canals and neighborhoods of Venice, and
then out on to the main Grand Canal and back around. We found our first Pizza
place and ordered up a few slices to take and eat on the steps of a small
bridge over a canal way. We sat with our drinks and pizza on the steps as
people strolled by, a wonderful people watching place. This might have been the
best Pizza we have ever had so we are two for two so far on meals in ...
... views. Our day was complete with a stroll through a different part of Venice looking for Osteria L'Orto dei Mori, a restaurant recommendation by Mr. Steves. It is very contemporary in style and the food was beautifully presented on the plates. The service was great while we were among the first to be seated but that changed fairly quickly when the outside seating area filled up. Check out the pictures to see our day. ...
... bags using my bag weighing gizmo , and are pretty correct down to the last gram. The airport weight is a could of grams under our weight so thats good.
Bags are in and we go through the airport looking for our gate. Past all the lardy da shops including a 50% off Ducati shop. DONT LOOK MR STEVE ! Find our place and begin the waiting game, the first of three flights.
We leave Venice Wednesday 3:45PM, which was Thursday12:45 AM Australian time. The ...
... site of San Giorgio Maggiore church. It is situated across the water from St. Marks Square, so you get a nice view of that part of Venice. There was an exhibition on, part of the Biennale, of glasswork and also a contraction called "glass tea house" by a Japanese artist. This was fascinating. He artist had constructed an area enclosed with cedar from Fukushima. Within this was a long shallow pool with blue mosaic tiles. At the end of the pool was a Japanese ...
... the ferry with no impediment to our vision. The sun was shining, it was warm & we weren't crammed in like sardines. The only problem was, we were on the wrong ferry! This ferry gave us a great trip around the Grand Canal, stopping at every terminal, except the one we wanted. No big deal, we had plenty of time & plenty of hrs left on our ticket. A very nice ferry attendant gave us clear directions, & we were heading in the right direction across to S Giorgio Maggiore Island ...