Villaggio Turistico Isamar
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was closing but they offered us a chicken dish called Shwarma . We were seated at a table on the canal ( pic) , and by now Garry was pretty chatty after his few beers previously at the bar .The meal was amazing ,as was the service,the chicken was moist ,full of wonderful flavours and was served with a tahini type sauce on the side . Today we had a quiet morning ,a little shopping and some time chatting ...
... stay in Burano and the less commercial island of Mazzorbo. Here we found a lovely restaurant right on the river with no people and superb local seafood...such a joy and a great start to our Venetian canal boating experience. Funnily enough a few of us mentioned that we had had the most strange dreams that night - there must have been something in the cheese! The afternoon after all the above excitement of visiting Venice by water we ...
Staying at our 1 star hotel made us look forward to moving over to the Magic all the more. I can attest that there are mosquitos in Venice, and our shower reeked of mold, didn't see any, just smelled it. While the rain had held off on Sunday night, it was out in full force early Monday morning. But it was over by the time we needed to leave thankfully. Packed up and wheeled our 2 smallish bags over to the Rialto Mercato ...
... is beautiful, romantic - all of the things you'd expect. But it is also crowded and caught somewhere between beauty and decay. Apparently they built a new building here several years ago and the weight of the new concrete and building materials caused the buildings around it to sink and be damaged. As a result, nothing new will ...
... the paper mâché carnival masks which are an icon for this city. The afternoon was spent at a couple of museums, a bell tower and wandering back alleys (absolutely everything is curved or dead ends in this city). My new iPhone GPS app, kept us dry and relatively on-course. Alleys are bordered by three and four story buildings as they curve around for no apparent reason. The lack of shadows makes it hard to even guess a ...