Universo Nord Hotel
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... required walking from Ship to the shuttle train then walking across Piazzale Roma to the Vaporetto ( water bus - route 1), getting off after the Rialto bridge, going down calla Memba, doing a couple of rights and lefts then duck into Sotoportego del Forno Vecchio and the Hotel Al Codega should be . Right..... As it turned out my Scout compass training (with a proper ...
... finding the right one, we made it onto the tram and off at the correct stop. Again we consulted the directions "walk down the street until you see the pizzeria"...first question, "which way do we walk?!"; then "where is the pizzeria, I can't see it?!"; and finally, "where the hell are we?!". After picking a random direction to walk in, we found a little cafe, which I decided to go in to ask if they could ...
... of paintings and artifacts. They weren't my favourite but I admire what he tried to do for the Venetian community. The highlight of the Museum would have to be the views from the balconies and the patio area. The patterns in the marble were stunning.
I have to say this part of Venice away from the main tourist drag is very peaceful and beautiful. Still the mandatory bridges, churches and restaurants but with a relaxed air. It was lovely just walking the ...
... bar stop the sky finally opens up and it rains, Steve scrambles to cover up BAC and put on his poncho, I have an umbrella, and Felix is left to get wet in the rain, owh, now he has to take his shirt off, ...what a shame.
Out at another bar, more yum yum antipasto and red wine, we feel very decadent.
Felix has a dry shirt on now, ... what a shame.
We row back home, Moore the Gondola and cant thank Felix and Row Venice enough ...
... stars coming out for the night, we hired a gondolier to take us for a ride through the small canals of Venice. As we floated along through small quiet canals, inches away from buildings, the gondolier having to duck to cross beneath several of the low bridges, it felt like a scene out of a movie. We kept having to tell ourselves that it was real. Back at St. Mark's square afterwards, we enjoyed a glass of prosecco while listening to one of the orchestras to end our first evening in ...