Locanda Ai Santi Apostoli
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Well we bid a fond farewell (or as GJ would say; au revoir) to the ship at 9.00am this morning and started yet another leg of this fantastic adventure. We have discussed this holiday while watching the waves go by sipping a bubbles or a Jack or Capt'n and decided that we have actually incorporated three separate holidays in one. The first being the …
... and look at all the people doing there normal everyday things, for an early tea I went to the Ai Gondolieri and enjoyed an incredibly massive meal all to myself and ate till I wanted to burst. I then went to see Vivaldi in Venice and it was beautiful, and now I'm back at my hotel, tomorrow will be my last day on holidays an then I'm heading back to London and back to Melbourne, I am so excited to go home but so sad that my holiday will be ...
... to sample the world famous Bellini cocktail. We also saw how masks are very important in Venice because of the festivals where masks are used. We also got to take some pics down at the water's edge on this chilly, but tolerable November day.
We must have walked over more than 50 bridges in Venice, This city is so cool because you can just simply walk everywhere and if you follow the canal you can always find your way. It's such a ...
... running the hotel was lovely and had us settled in no time; our room is tiny and quaint, with beams and pretty windows, and best of all, has gorgeous views out over the water. We were so enamoured with the view, we immediately dropped our bags and went straight back out to explore the city.
We headed first for the Rialto Bridge across the Grand Canal; I found it very handy that Laura had been here before, as she knew exactly the paths to ...
... not for the public to wander into. Up the stairs and our eyes are greeted by a magical fairy land of beautiful beautiful and beautiful glass work displays. The show room is set up with sections displaying the particular works of that particular master, I guess like an art gallery. Probably the cheapest piece in this gallery would be 1000 euros. My goodness if I was a millionare I would buy something here. But Im not, so thats that.
I cant explain this ...