Ca' della Corte
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
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Wends and Lisa arrived to overlap with M&Ds trip so we hit the sights with them and also packed in a train trip to Verona, I think it was the first time to Italy for both of them, and they seemed to thoroughly enjoy their first experience of Venice despite the weather being a wee bit too hot for too much prolonged sightseeing :) - ...
... cultural area.
The arena was built in the 1st century AD (I found this truly incredible...it still looks so good despite it being mostly original to this day) and was the sight of many gladiator contests. Even today it is known for its great acoustics and many well known artists come to perform in the town.
Christian refreshed our memories of Shakespeares 1596 Romeo and Juliet. As he said the true story was already known prior ...
... and 12 apostles. Vivaldi is venetian. Athena and I got lost in Venice. Over the Rialto bridge and beyond. Bought murano earrings. Went up the back streets and found a little pizzeria. Yummo. Pomodors, mozzerella, prociutto and funghi. The bestest crust. It was up a quiet backstreet restaurant. The owner joked with us and we relaxed and chatted as we do non stop for a couple of hours. On the way back I popped into Pandora to get ...
... out a room in someone's home like a hotel, but significantly cheaper.
We arrived to this home and were shown our room with a cute little balcony attached. Our host had us sit outside on the balcony, offered us a glass of wine, some local snacks and then taught us how to get into the city of Venice. It was wonderful to finally not have to figure it all out ourselves.
So the next day we headed out on a mission to see our must-see destination ...
... cover charge (what?) and required gratuity...they get ya coming and going! Now we'll be on the lookout for these charges before we sit down! Next was Piazza San Marco which was really just a huge courtyard filled with pigeons. As usual, the tourists were feeding the pigeons...reminded me of the beach, but here people were allowing these dirty birds to sit on their shoulders! Yuck! Anyway, Alyssa then suggested that we get ...