Casa del Melograno Inn
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With a whole day ahead
of us and the new found knowledge that Venice is not a huge city, we
knew we would be having a fairly relaxed day wandering the streets
and sitting in bars. We caught a vaporetto as far as the Rialto
Bridge and then set about visiting a number of sights, roaming the
streets and browsing in shops. The Rialto Bridge itself was one of
the highlights, with three routes over ...
... of tourists but it was so easy to just walk up a side street and be rid of them, though it was also very handy to be able to just follow the flow so you didn't get lost. It really was just so beautiful. Each street looked like a movie set if a typical Italian street and all the little canals and bridges were fantastic. I loved seeing all the gondoliers dressed in their striped tops and straw hats asking everyone that passed 'You for gondola?' Or ...
... nice to chat to them. Then it was Vencie - WOW - double WOW! We found the hotel pretty easily it is small and quaint and Sam has to keep ducking his head because of the low ceailings. We dumped our bags and walked back to the station area to by a map and find the Pizza Place (Arte d'Úlla) where you can get large pizza's for 5E - we sat in a nearby square to eat it and then headed back to the hotel to have a gelato from the shop opposite - very ...
... Nations. Since Jerry and Maria (Texan and Chinese) have been here before, they are comandeered as our elected Officials and tour guides. When we arrive in Venice, we find that there is just a "basic neccesary" vaparetto service so we decide, as a group, to walk around rather than waiting for water buses all day. We had an absolutely enchanting day, wandering around, shopping, stopping for drinks and snacks and taking photos, ...
... house specialty - a jaffa type gelato with chocolate and pieces of candied orange peel. We finished the cones while walking with Nan to the vaporetto stop, where she showed us how to scan tickets and read the timetables. Bidding Nan farewell, we managed to find our way back to the apartment without any mishaps, and I had a nap to make up for the lack of sleep on the train.
As the shadows lengthened and the crowds thinned out, we headed out again, first for a walk and then to ...