Villa Tiziana Hotel
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... arrives, a towering pile of seafood that must have seen most of the world seas emptied of life, and of course copious grappa!
With that we move on, more narrow laneways and then on to the ferry and a most pleasant trip back to the railway. Onto our comfortable train and back to Bassano to the comfort of our house.
Venice, as I said, a must see, but not our cup of tea. Designed these days for the tourist, in that respect it reminds me of ...
We ate breakfast in the hotel and packed our belongings this morning. We walked back to the duomo and Sean took pictures of the golden doors to the baptistry. The baptistry is under renovation, so we could not go inside it. There is a curtain around the baptistry with scaffolding to the top. The golden doors are not under construction, the doors are viewable. Then we boarded at ...
... read and snoozed. And we browsed the shops together - and only bought 1 dress! By day's end, I was worrying about putting on weight as we eat very well. There is food on tap virtually all day, from casual smorgasbord in The Lido to more formal dining in the Vista Room (for example, last night I had Lobster Parisienne then Beef Wellington while Nanna had duck foie gras then stuffed quail). Small servings but perfectly ample. I finished with a small cheese plate ...
... when we got off the boats...this was on top of the already 5 bottles we had paid for. So 10 bottles of Prosecco for 20 people. Oh yeah. We had done the gondolas with another small EF group so they had a couple bottles of their own as well, but their tour guide opted for more bottles of juice and soda because he knew they didn't like to drink too much, our tour guide said he didn't even think about getting us juice...he knows us so well. After the ...
... one last look at St. Mark's, covered in scaffolding: