Venice Certosa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... visits this island, which is okay as it is very close to one of the other islands.
Next we ferried to Burano, which is the island where most fisherman originally lived. All of the houses are brightly painted in different colours and well kept. The story goes that the fisherman began to colour their houses differently so that when they returned from fishing trips, often in a fog or mist, they could see their home as they returned.
This is also ...
... you lady!
Asked directions to the Supermarket which we eventually found but that was like making our way through a rabbit warren! We certainly managed to see Streets of Venice I am sure we would not have otherwise seen!
We made our way around to 'St Marks Square' to visit the Basilica. Danita had to purchase for €1 a scarf to cover up her legs. They would not allow anyone to show off their shoulders or legs.
The Bascillica was free to enter and we ...
... were off the starboard side and pretty soon they were following the boat in the outside wake...eating on fish the boat stirred up! Quite a large pod too. Bet there were easily 20. They were even there after we finished walking and sat on the back balcony and had breakfast.
Today we came into Venice, a beautiful sail in...we sat up front and watched as we came through the harbor and anchored just west of ...
... couldn't get out either. The street was jam packed with ...
... shoved anymore, and we got a delightful waitress, Angela, who recommended several places to go to beat the crowds.
After lunch, we started walking in search of the lagoon and the park away from the crowds that she recommended (which we found). However heat and thirst got the best of us so we started back to the hotel in mid afternoon "cross-country" - - down a little alley, across a little plaza, up an ...