Travel Blogs from Venice
... off. We got 3 small bottles for 10 euros but tonight got a large bottle of it for only 7 euros. It's a wine based drink and is pretty good! Last night we got some pastries to try as well and they were pretty good - one was chocolate filled and the other was cream filled.
Most of our time in Venice has been spent wandering around San Marco square, and going over the Rialto Bridge and walking around all the shops. We didn't really do any ...
The crazy pace I kept in Florence and the lack of sleep here in Venice finally caught up with me and I did very little today! I did manage to make the bed a little bit more comfortable by folding up the extra comforter and putting it between the mattress and the bottom sheet. It actually helped quite a bit and I took a pretty good nap today!!
... a lot more churches, and saw an INCORRUPTIBLE! An incorruptible, for anyone who does not know, is a Catholic Saint who has been deceased for hundreds of years and yet their body does not decay and are not preserved in any way or form. The patron saint that my parents and I saw was St. Lucy. She died in 304 AD and her body was found partially incorruptible and is now on display in St. Jeremy and St. Lucy church. There was a shrine where a person could literally walk right ...
... our evening. We chatted to a couple who just arrived from Hobart then we went our separate ways for dinner. We had our dinner in a restaurant recommended by hotel staff, a short stroll up lanes and across 2 bridges, Gorgonzola gnocchi, sardines, octopus salad and char grilled veges, with a bottle of house red. It rained and we got slightly wet walking back to our hotel, but to be in Venice..... in the ...
... son's place, Marco Polo, and it's obvious why he lent his name to the pool game! The point is also not lost that he spent his lifetime leaving the pace to explore other regions. Then it was a walk to the Rialto bridge which is numerously adorned with padlocks for couples declaring their love. Across the other side we lunched and then headed to Acadaemia where a number of literary ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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