Hotel Villa Pannonia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We arranged to be ready to leave at 10am so of course John was downstairs in his car at 9.30am! After breakfast we headed off to Venice, which was an hour an a half drive. We arrive in Venice just before 11.30am and headed to the car park where we would be leaving the cars for the2 nights we were here. We then caught a boat to just near the Rialto bridge, and walked 5 minutes to our hotel. We only booked the hotel yesterday as we were meant to be staying in ...
... line was far too long. We instead took the water bus to the main part of Venice called San Marco. It was a blustery 45 minute boat ride around the island but sure as hell beat trying to navigate the streets. Upon arriving in San Marco, we took some pictures, made fun of the tourists, and window shopped all along the piazza. What made Venice so strange is how the non-touristy areas by our hotel were just dead and creepy, whereas the ...
... saw fishermen laying out nets for repair.
By the time Video Girl and Battery Boy arrived at the restaurant they were quite frazzled by the heat and getting lost but this was soon forgotten after being poured a welcome drink of the 2002 Bisol Metodo Classico Pas Dose prosecco.
The restaurant chef, Antonia Klugmann offers an a la carte menu and a menu degustazione. Video Girl and Battery Boy agreed on the degustation with ...
... gathering for the afternoon performance of La Traviata. At some point, we also passed a palazzo where the 15 yo Mozart gave a recital. We came out again onto the Grand Canal, and were (at our request) taken across to S. Maria della Saluti - an enormous white domed church at the tip of the Dorsoduro part of Venice, which was built to give thanks for the end of the plague which killed 1/3 of the population in 1630. Again, we ...
... 1000 years. It was a republic for this time. The figurehead of the government was called the Doge. Had a role similar to the Queen. We then walked to the Rialto bridge and walked through all of the markets around there. After lunch we relaxed for a while before heading to a gluten-free friendly place for ...