Venice Certosa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We caught the Lido 1 up the Grand Canal taking in the sights.
We hopped off at San Maria Basilica. We prayed for good health.
Dan was our tour guide today. Clint was photographer.
Dan lead us to San Marco. We saw the Basilica and the Bell Tower. Lily and I chased pigeons. The seagulls were huge - they looked like small pelicans! We found our way to the chapel of St Lucy & San Maria Formosa. We ate ...
... to San Zaccaria (where Zaccariah, John the Baptist's father, is supposed to be buried.) Second try; second miss. Their lunch break is from noon to 4 PM! So we took our own long break at a sunny table in nearby Campo Formosa. Pransiamo! "We are eating lunch!" I finally remembered a relevant word. Got a smile from the waiter anyway.
The afternoon was for Venice's natural history museum. Rick Steves has apparently never visited it, and there's no signage ...
... have my map, so I can see wherei am and possibly, wherein going! I end up going all the way to Punta Sabbione; quite a long way. A few times, I had a thought, "what if there is not boat back at this time of day!" But I just stayed on and it returned me to Venice where is was able to great on the right bus (vaporetto) for the Grand Canal. I knew to get off at Pizzale Roma to find my way home. :)
It was a nice adventure for a rainy ...
... pretty well spent by that time and quickly hit the bed once we arrived. We had a sleep for about an hour and then had an evening meal prior to having a little wander around a few of the close by streets of Venice. By that time the streets were starting to flood. There was a full moon and the tide very high, hence St Marks square and the streets around it were starting to go under water. This apparently is ...
After watching Romeo and Juliette on the bus we came to our first stop for the day Verona, were this love story was set. Visited Juliette's balcony and window shopped. We stayed a few hours before carrying on to Venice our final stop in Italy. Venice was a beautiful city and enjoyed that cars could not get into the city centre, less risk of road injuries. Only had to watch out for delivery men ...