- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... of them had creatively repurposed a patch of the stone campo as a half court soccer field. There was a perfectly sized cutout in the ancient stone church wall to serve as the goal. Another Grand Canal ride got us home in time to greet smiling Mrs. Ada pulling her shopping cart.
About an hour after Mrs Ada arrived, the candles were lit and the courses started coming. First, plates of six different Venetian cichetti, then the primi of ...
Saturday, September 6, 2014
This morning we got ready packed and said a sad goodbye to Giorgio, Cristina and Serena. Yes I did cry a little and they gave us home made jam – apricot and myrtle berries. It feels like we were leaving good friends. The drive to Venice was very busy. Loads of trucks, hold ups due to 'men at work' etc. Craig drove in his usual excellent, accomplished manner and we made it to ...
... view, listening to the water and people laughing as they ride by in the gondolas. If you know me well, you know I have no direction sense, and let me tell you that if someone told me to find a certain spot in this city, I would still be looking next summer. I feel like I am a mouse in a never ending maze! I have never seen such crazy streets, but we get lost and try again! Thanks to all of our friends who are following us and commenting on our escapades. Now I am going to try to ...
... not ready when we arrived around 10am, we walked to St Mark's Square to get some orientation, and then along the waterfront, before weaving our way back toward Camp St Maria Formosa, the square next to our hotel. We lunched in a great restaurant, Trattoria Agli Artisti, sharing pizza and wine. Our owner of the restaurant stood at the door way, 'touting’ for customers. We were seated at a table looking on to the laneway and kept ...
... a suitcase, even a small one, is a pain to carry around, it seems to be a pretty good idea so far.
Today was awesome though! We spend the day just roaming around Venice. Everything is so old and rich with history which is a huge contrast to the newer skyscrapers of Chicago. Venice seems especially like a fairy-tale with the surrounding water and gondola rides. Venice is also known for its glass figurines and carnival masks so there were plenty of ...