Residenza Ca' San Marco
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... but I have to stand on a chair to see it and Daniel on his tippy toes. The place is so sparely decorated that we don’t even recognize it as the place we rented off of airbnb. Things are clean which is good.
We decide to head out and find the kiosk to get our Firenzi card. After we go grocery shopping and decide to get settled in for the night. We make yummy pasta- down a bottle of wine and start some laundry. ...
... this happens quite often. We opt to sit at one of the many cafes on the square and listen to the musicians play, enjoy some cappuccino and people-watch. We choose the Caffe Lavena and order Torta de Ricotti and Torta Sacher which are both heavenly. We listen to the musicians playing beautiful love songs like, I Can't Help Falling in Love With You, The Shadow Of Your Smile,, More, Misty. During a break in the music we are serenaded by the ...
... off at Burano twice and if we'd waited one more stop we'd have got back to Venice. It was a long journey home. At last however we got back and I was so hungry that I ate a whole pizza plus chips, probably my greatest gastronomical achievement to date. This gave me enough energy to walk to the Rialto bridge to see it lit up at night and then jump on a water bus to have a look around St Marc's square. It was a great evening and the best way to spend our final one in ...
We spent the day in Venice before flying to Paris. A wise man once told me, "When you go to Venice, you will get lost and that is a good thing." Sure enough, there isn't much that compares to being lost in Venice. We spent the day wandering down narrow streets and crossing bridges until we had no idea where we were. We wandered into 'The Most Beautiful Bookstore in ...
At this stage of our trip the blog is considerably lagging where we're actually up to. All our communication, whether it be booking or blogging or anything else, has relied on the quality of our Internet connections. Sometimes the broadband we have had access to has been terrific but on other occasions it has been quite slow, practically non-existent. So for anyone out there who is still following this journey it is probably best at this ...