Locanda Ai Santi Apostoli
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- Pets allowed
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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 …
... pizza, Barry's favourite!
We saw orthodox Jewish boys walking across the piazza and found the Synagogue where they were heading...we knew we were in the right location. As we were about to cross a small bridge there was Luca, a gondolier who worked his gondola from this point...far away from busy San Marco.
He spoke understandable English and managed to persuade us that a gondola ride around these canals offered must better value and was much ...
... majority of the passengers, their 3 day ‘taster’ cruise is at an end. Bags are all packed and they have been given a colour code corresponding to the time to disembark - only another couple of hours before more cruise-hungry guests will arrive and the process will start all over again. For us though, we still have another 11 nights on board so a leisurely breakfast followed by yet another trip in to Venice. On our way to the dining room we passed the very busy ...
... getting out of here without experiencing financial ruin.
Phil- Venice is am amazing place. I am sure there are basements full of water as the buildings are all around the canals. The whole place is one giant maze. You see where you want to go, but you cannot go straight there. The canals act as a dead end, so you have to find a bridge. It would be great to have a foot race from one end to the other, ...
The hotel receptionist suggested we go to morning prayers at Basilica San Marco, no queuing, no crowds. He was right, there were only a few people at the service. We were able to follow the order of service even though we didn't understand a word of it. Quite an experience, sitting in the old chairs and letting your eyes wander, with the priests singing, the congregation joining in with the responses and the quiet reading from the bible.