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TravelPod Member ReviewsCa Formosa Venice
In the very heart of Venice, Ca' Formosa is rare find. Clean, large rooms will make your stay a pleasant one. You have to go up 60 steps over a narrow staircase, so be prepared!
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... all the way to the summit where I as usual pull into the car park and head into the cafe for my usual cup of coffee.
The car park is situated right on the edge of a mighty high cliff and from here one can see for miles across the peaks of the Alps. To the other side of the car park is a small lake which is now totally frozen over.
Onwards I head along the top of the pass. This road has been built through many large fallen boulders and kind of gives one ...
... if we'd swum across.
We sort shelter and then buddied up with a couple from Tweed Heads, NSW and shared a taxi to have a look at the island. Our driver Nikos offered to drive us to the Archilleion Palace, wait for us and then take us around Corfu town to see the sights, including photo stops for the old and new forts. We negotiated a price.....bargain! Under the trying circumstances we did enjoy what we saw and he was very interesting to chat to and was a ...
... otherwise we’ll find ourselves snacking all day which is nice but not good!!
For this evening we ate in the buffet as neither of us had the energy to get ready for dinner. The excitement must have already worn off Heidi and her chums as we did not hear a peep from them all night.
Tomorrow we dock in Split, Croatia where I hear the weather is not looking too good. Ever the optimist it is only weather. Weather can change…unlike our dinner ...
... of risotto in the museum cafe. We filled the afternoon learning more about Venetian history as we explored the Doge's palace. The doge, who wore a silly, but interesting hat, was the elected head of the Italian state. While the position was generally more that of a figurehead, his palace included rooms and offices for all three branches of government - including the prison! The Venetian aristocracy showed off its power ...
... their own apartment.
After settling into the apartment, we strolled down to the shops and had a gelato. I was still eating mine when Chris' eyes spied a picture of a lobster pasta on a restaurant window. We were seated in the restaurant before I had time to blink. It was close to 1700 and we had skipped lunch. Nikki and I ordered a lobster pasta each and Chris had a set lunch! We did this knowing that dinner was going to be at the ...