Hotel Villa Pannonia
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... becoming our go-to food of choice for snacks and late night munchies. The second day in Venice Gavin and figured out the boat / bus system. We purchased 24 hour on-off passes and explored the big city. In the afternoon we took the kids to the Lido about a 50 minute boat ride from Venice. Matt was in the water for 3 hours. Syd had a blast and then chilled on our rented beach chairs. I'll add photos when I ...
We continue on to Italy today! We're heading to Venice, the city of canals and gondolas. I've been looking forward to Venice since before we began the tour! It was a nine hour drive today but we stopped off in Verona on the way. The famous setting of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. We got ...
... packing up,finishing laundry and our ongoing rummy challenge.
Megan and Adam's Eyewitness Report/Observations: Things we saw IN The Canals.......
-gondolas and boats of course
-a coffin being loaded expect
-kegs of beer being delivered
-mail boats and fire boats
-fish-dead and alive
-shrimp shells being peeled by fishermen
-rubber gloves floating by
... not going to cut it.
The final day of our journey, we headed back towards Rome with a stop in Vicenza. I saw yet another Palladio project (a basilica and museum), but with it being Palm Sunday a lot was closed so we were able to just enjoy the city.
The coolest part about it being Palm Sunday was all of the churches had processions throughout the city with everyone carrying their palms, singing and worshipping in the ...
... six tourists at a time floating down the canal, and couples sipping belini's at the over looking cafes. We decided to do neither. The belini's look like premixed fanta, the gondola ride is €80 and the skipper doesn't even sing - outrageous. A brief stroll from the Rialto brought us to the gorgeous San Marco Square, which disappointingly sported a billboard size banner for Omega Watches. The designer even had the audacity to photo impose the arches around the border ...