Taverna San Lio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaverna San Lio Venice
Highly recommend looking this place up both for accommodation and the food in the restaurant. And the location is fantastic, right in the heart of Venice.
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... marching without so much as sideways glances. They all seemed liked they had to be elsewhere or perhaps wanted to catch the next Vaporetto to somewhere else. A shame I thought, too busy to appreciate real Venetians living their real lives!
For us, it was a leisurely stroll and checking out, well, not every shop but definitely the more interesting ones along our way.
By now we were peckish and so after perusing the menu displayed decided on one smallish ...
... if they have gone from mood lighting to being able to see in the room, it's very funny. Sometimes you are ready to leave the room before it is light!
The floors are flat-ish compared to our floors in Nice. Our bedroom there dropped 25ch from one side of the room to the other with two legs of the bed built up with various sized blocks.
Bottom line, with all it's quirkinesses, we are enjoying Venice.
Phil- I lost a bottle of scotch tonight!
... we were on board the ship. A briefing by the concierge, head butler & Maitre’D followed, before we were taken on a quick tour of the Yacht Club area and our cabin. Once the formalities were done, we unpacked our things and relaxed in the cabin until the ship slipped its moorings and was piloted through Canale della Giudecca. The passage through the Canale was quite special, as the height of the ship allowing a birds-eye view of Venice that would rarely be seen otherwise, ...
... or so the sign said) and spent an hour lost in old books, art prints, and postcards. It was amazing! The store often floods, so the books are piled high in boats, gondolas, and bathtubs. Even the kids found some books to bring home.
We took a gondola ride and Abby finally got the Venetian mask she has been wanting since we were in Rome! It was a great day!
... the same bridges over and over, during those times that we found ourselves lost in the secret canals and tiny winding streets, while exploring it's stores and cafés. Our first a full day in Venice was spent exploring the Doge's Palace, Morano and Venetian stores. The Doge's Palace was absolutely amazing. It's artworks and walls and ceilings rivaled that of the Vatican, in my humble opinion. Originally built in 1340 the palace itself is built in a Venetian gothic style made ...