Casa del Melograno Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Hi, here we are in beautiful Venice sitting by our open windows looking out over a small square and a Gondola Station. Every now and again an Italian tenor will strut his stuff with a rendition of Santa Lucia. It is very busy down there and so loads to see with a glass of vino in hand we are enjoying the late afternoon. Today after sleeping 12 hours solid, exhausted with jetlag we went on a short tour ...
... I imagined it would be) are the Rialto markets with fresh fruit, vegetables and seafood from early that morning! Later that afternoon I ventured up the Campanile (bell) tower in the main square with an incredible 360 degree view of Venice. Definitely worth the 8€ entrance free. After stumbling across a few churches, one was advertising an orchestral performance held over the next few evenings. It so happens there was some sort of festival of Vivaldi, a ...
... breathtaking reading for my loyal readers, so off to the public square for a beer and an internet connection. A difficult task but nothing for it but to carry on.
In the morning after a gourmet delight of a breakfast, an omelette, fruit salad and a microwaved potato, we were off to tour St. Mark's Basilica using good old Rick's audio tour. Once again he was a great and, need I say it, free tour guide around the Basilica. The Basilica is full of looted ...
... by everyone just running around the campsite playing games and going on adventures until the early hours of the morning. The next morning we all went and had breakfast and as I walked in people again started cheering for me. We then got our contiki hoodies and got back on the bus and headed to Rome.
Venice was beautiful and the beach party was one of the funniest nights of my life - it wasn’t quite what I expected it to be but I still really enjoyed my time here ...
... floor of a side chapel, adorned with faded roses.)
I then wandered to the nearby Scuola Grande de San Rocco, where they have a gathering hall that has been described as Tintoretto's Sistine Chapel. This student of Titian's was commissioned to paint canvases to adorn the entire room. ...