Casa del Melograno Inn
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... The Bascilia was amazing but Maddy reckoned Sagrada Familia was still better.
After that we meandered through lane ways and streets getting more and more lost. Dad reckoned he had no idea where we were but he didn't seem to mind - everyone gets lost in Venice. Maddy was a a bit concerned but eventually we arrived at the Fresh Produce Market. It was full of fish! Mum said Venice started with fishmongers and so ...
From Switzerland we drove to Venice then we had to park our car in a car park because no cars are allowed in the city. In Venice, there is a boat/ bus system so we took a ride on that and got to our stop. From there, we went up and down twisty narrow alleyways and finally got to our hotel which did not look that great from the outside, but was very nice from the inside with a view of one of the many canals that are ...
... and we were constantly sweaty. Yuck.
Today we went on the public boat to the main area of Venice, and took in all the shops and all of the crowds that circulate this area. Italian is such a beautiful language, and not that we don't love German, a new language that is so romantic is refreshing. More to come probably tomorrow, we have great internet at this hostel! Ciao ;)
... booked to see an opera, The Barber of Seville, in a palazzo for the evening - Musica a Palazzo. It was quite close to home but it took us a long time to find. Ken had the map and we went one way and then the next, but just couldn't find the right piazza. I finally pulled out my phone and google maps took us there. You needed to cross a canal over one bridge and then immediatley cross back over another one that took you to the street where ...
... t really interest us but Carol saw a beautiful lace cardigan and couldn't resist - I did try to tell her it looked really horrible on her but she brought it anyway. (Seriously it was lovely and so very much Carol!) she would have paid a small fortune for it at home. Back on the ferry and heading home getting close to dinner time we decided to eat on the way home. There is a historical Regatta on here this weekend which could account for the high ...