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... our hotel. From the station
it was less than a five minute walk, however, from the main strip along the
grand canal, the side streets look like dodgy alleyways where a mugger could be
waiting (although, Venice is not known for violent crime). We managed to find
ours and headed out for dinner and gelato. We assumed from the hotel prices
that Venice would be expensive, but our area near Santa Lucia station was
cheaper than other cities we had visited.
... Volo, the best hole-in-the-wall pizza shop.
Our park bench pizza stop stretched into a languorous hour of people watching, an outdoor grand pianist on one side and a traveling band of Prosecco-toting university students on the other. We're not sure exactly what was happening but think it must have been some kind of initiation ritual. (This is the heart of the university student's Venice.) The object of all the attention was a handsome young man wearing a wreath of ...
... navigational skills at this time as she was all dressed up wearing a beautiful little Italian ensemble accessorised with Prada water wings and Hermes flippers for the hour long cruise to the tiny island of Mazzorbo.
Venissa Ristorante Ostello is not, strictly speaking, in Venice. The restaurant and attached locanda are located on the island of Mazzorbo. If you’ve never heard of Mazzorbo, don’t worry, not many people have. ...
... the road at the little town of Bevagno which was pleasant to wander around. Then onto Perugia and Gubbio where we walked up to the town and got a lift up to the upper part of town where the Palazzo and Cathedral were. Then over the Appenine ranges to the Adriatic Coast and the town of Fano. The Aire was only about 500m from the beach and resembled a bit of a gypsy camp with washing out all over the place, deck chairs and awnings and dishes under the ...
... my blog with this quote…
Today we got up early and had to check out. The hotel kept our bags and we continued to get lost in venice. We spent our last few hours getting more gifts ( we had to buy another suitcase to get everything home) and enjoying one last pizza and bottle of wine. Around 4 we headed to the airport and took a flight to Berlin, Germany. We have an early flight back to Chicago in ...