Una Hotel Venezia
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... sat and had a game of 'I can't spy', which I think I won fair and square, despite what Emma might say...! There really isn't much to say about the journey, and I think the most exciting part was my rucksack managing to fall from the rail above and about break everyone's legs in the process...!
Once in Venice, and nearly missing the stop as we weren't sure if it was the right one, we consulted our ...
... looking at all the glass. I might comeback one day. Lunch. Spaghetti bolognese and a carafe of red wine. Wow Italian food is soooooooooooo good. I forgot about food after croatia. We got a water taxi back to the main square, as it poured and thundered around. I kept pretending I was Indiana jones and quoting lines from the last crusade. I've definitely gotta watch it again. We dried off at home, then got some ...
... the bridge of Sighs.
From there we got lost while snaking of fresh strawberries from a curb-side vendor wondering over to our luncheon recommendation called Alla Vedova just to try their house specialty - meatballs....and a plate of antipasto. ...
... We have a little bit of time in the lagoon, then head back to the canals as the storm is beckoning and we need our first rest stop. The tour includes rowing lessons and two bar stops. Two hours all up. Grand!
We pull up at our first stop, out of the boat, have a very nice white wine and a plate of antipasto to share. Back to the boat to eat and drink and chat. It is really beautiful as it is around sunset or probably more twilight. It takes ...
... the Rialto was still too crowded, we retreated again to the side streets and found a fun hole in the wall bar. While perusing their beer fridge, searching for an Italian beer other than Moretti, we noticed that tucked in between several Belgian ales were bottles of Sierra Nevada pale ale! Not something we ever would have expected to see in Venice. We regrouped over a beer, and headed north of the Rialto Bridge to a small strip of Italian tapas-like bars. Picking one that looked like ...