Hotel Villa Pannonia
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... bigger than I ever expected.
The square leads onto the main edge of the island and just offshore are a few other islands with wonderful old buildings etc on them. With the sun high up in the sky these made for great photography.
I wandered along the coast road for about half a mile until it ended and then turned inland again. I soon found myself wandering around what looked like a old castle or fort area.
It was now about 2pm and ...
... than 8 flagstones would be considered a four-lane highway. =/Hmm: Restaurants line item charge: cover charge for bread and tablecloth overhead; extra $ if you sit vs stand to eat; water; mandatory 12 percent tip. Rule of thumb: figure out what you want to eat, check price, double it, proceed with order. These folks must take their cue from the airlines. =: They say that Venice is loosing 1000 people a year ...
... and Stefano chatting away, exhausted after walking so slow, we wait on the jetty for our boat.
Zoom zoom, up comes a beautiful boat just for us, its not too dodgy stepping from the jetty to the boat, a bit wobbly but manageable. Say goodby to Giuseppe and try to strike up a conversation with the boaty, not much chatter from him. Nice boat ride though, through the canals and into the lagoon across the waters to Murano Island.
We were met by ...
... collector and dealer of 20th century modern art purchased a small villa on the Grand Canal that was originally her home containing her outstanding art collection but then became her museum. This unusual museum and sculpture garden was a delight to visit. Uplifted we wandered around for the rest of the afternoon and evening getting our ...
... store of Faidra Hanna and admire the unique designs. We decide to take a look inside and enquire about prices. Out we come with a stunning brown diamond and rose gold circle ring for wifey that keeps a Venetian grin on her face for the rest of the afternoon. We head back over the Grand Canal and walk around to the Fond Dogana alla Salute, purchasing a cute Murano glass tap with a gold fish swimming in a water drop along the way and Dan tries on a mask with ...