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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... open so as we walked we could see (and hear) the people in their homes. Very similar to our fishing villages on the east coast these homes were painted in very bright colours. Vivana said that the story could be one of two theories. 1. The Fisherman are homesick when out at sea and like to see their houses from long distances or 2. (More likely!) The fisherman are drunk as they come home and their wives were tired of them going into the wrong ...
... a whole new appreciation for my SUV and parking lots! The other thing I noticed is what incredible boat captains these people are. Every day on The Grand Canal is like the Gasparilla Invasion! Playing chicken with vaporetta while Gondoliers compete for openings, water taxi's, tour boats, the post man, construction vessels, speed boats and families on skiffs going to the markets -it looks like total ...
... but with their teachers who expected them to be interested. I followed the hoards through St Marks hoping to get a look at St. Roch's femur, St. Mark's sarcophagus and St. George's arm as well as the magnificent mosaics. Evidently the wily Venetians smuggled St. Mark's body out of Turkey in a barrel of fat. Obviously the Muslims wanted to hold onto his body! Who knows why? I did the Doge's Palace justice visiting the 37 points ...
The day started off as we prepared for the train trip to Rome. As we tackled the many steps of Venice to get to the station and it looked like it was going to be another beautiful day in Venice. We were travelling to Rome on the very fast train the Frecciargento, which travelled at approximately 200 km an hour and it was very enjoyable trip as seating opposite us were an American couple, Howie ...
... we going with the girls to get a gondola ride and some food in Venice. I'm excited to see the town at a slower pace in the evening ;) another day on the bus tomorrow to Rome. These day actually go very quickly and so nice to not do anything after sightseeing so much. Rome is going to be busy so much too do ;) can't wait! Lots of love xxxxx Boy: so our first stop into Italy is Venice, I'm writing this on day 3 so we are both a little late to post another blog but that ...