Casa del Melograno Inn
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the canel, watched the boat traffic go by, and it was evening by then. There were beautiful lights of the city at night, and we had a simple meal, but in a gorgeous setting. Afterwards, we tasted a Cannoli, yum, walked to the bridge across from our hotel, looked down the canal at the water and lovely, lighted renaissance buildings. Meanwhile near the bridge, a very talented young man was playing his guitar and singing. Who could ask for more. Buono ...
... the streets of Venice and caught some water buses around Venice to see the sights. After a lot of walking and getting lost we went on a gondola ride which was pleasant and calm. We then went to a water bus and went home for a while before going out for ...
... day exploring the markets, visited the palace museum and the Manet exhibition. Went to a little Venetian restaurant and thought we ad ordered a pizza (Calazone!) and got the dish in the photo, it was very good and it went down well. Had a smile when 2 policewoman went strolling by and one was smoking on the job, that's something you wouldn't ...
... to take home. We also bought little bottles of Bellinis to sip from as we continued to find out way around. For lunch we found a hole-in-the-wall with huge slices of hot pizza. I had margarita and Anthony had pepperoni. Then it was time for more gelato: I had pistachio and a swirly chocolate mousse, and Anthony had the usual (lemon and melon).
We then got caught in a major rain shower, so we ducked into a coffee shop and bellied up to the bar for an ...
... and April to stay in September. I had forgotten to bring the name, but thought it would stick out. No go, but we saw one in the distance that might have been it.
We were close to the ghetto area, and came across a famous kosher restaurant called Gam Gam. Stopped for an enjoyable lunch. Then hit the kosher bakery for a couple of hamantashen. We saw so many neat things, almost like being in Jerusalem. We were able ...