Locanda Casa Querini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... area of the city which is overlooked by the stunning St Marco church. We take an hour to wander the winding streets with our guide and learn some interesting facts about the city. Once the tour has concluded we spend time in some of the small stores around the main area looking at the venetian masks, clothes, jewellery and more. This city is stunning every direction you look there are canals with small ...
... did see a number of places including the brothel with its frescoed walls and stone slab beds. The amount of time spent at Pompeii seemed about right although it would have been nice if we’d have had some free time at the end to wander a little on our own (that wasted time at the Cameo store).Day #10: Civvatavechia, Italy "Ultimate Rome": This was a small group tour of 15 which shared a bus to Rome with ...
... first 2 days of wonderful weather....quite cool, but just fine for walking the many miles we do everyday. Last night and today we had torrential rains and many of the streets and sidewalks flooded. We went to the store to buy bottled water and on the way back, had to slosh through 6 inches of water to get home.
The most amazing thing about Venice is that it is a complex maze of tiny streets and waterways. While you know that before you ...
... bought a nice blue glass heart necklace and a bright green glass perfume sprayer.
Burano has been my favourite place we've visited on the trip simply because I loved walking around the narrow pedestrianised streets lined by such vibrantly painted charming undetatched houses. I wanted to stay longer and explore every corner and side-street. As it was I had to walk away ...
... exception - there are herbs used in a number of the small dishes (including fennel tips in the stuffing for the zucchini, which was damned nice) but no spices, and the (white) polenta was way more salty than I'd usually eat, salty enough that at home I would've complained to the staff I suspect.
Initially I had thought that the blandness was a Czech thing, but it has persisted as far west as Venice.