Agriturismo La Rondine
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... there, with shop-lined streets and the supermarket right there as well. From here you can walk right to Piazzale Roma if you so desire. It is so easy to get around Venice. We have bought a 48-hour pass which gives us access to the water buses on any route including going out to Burano and Murano, the outer islands. That will also cover our journey to the bus station on Sunday. We checked that out today and took the water bus to Tronchetto where we pick up ...
... on this €78,000.00 chandelier, but sadly Rachel pointed out I hadn't won the lotto. Yet. We had another 2 hours, so we had some lunch and kept walking around. Obviously the main reason people come here is for a gondola ride, so that was next. We went all through the city and had quite a fun relaxing time. We then had another 2 hours which gave us more time for shopping. The next thing on the the list was masks as our whole group decided to get one each for our Mozart show ...
... their window advising they weren’t! Some lovely things but how to carry and send home???? Hmmmm.
We enjoyed Ravioli with Meat Ragu (Ravioli Bolognese) by the main canal in Murano and then came back to Venice. Oh and bolognese is NEVER served here with spaghetti. Only some other form/shape of pasta. So if you encounter a menu while in Italy with "Spaghetti Bolognese" they are catering for the tourists!
Ok. I did buy a couple of glass ...
... or as we know it, St Mark’s Square where we were to meet our guide for the day. We donned our radio headsets, inserted our earphone and tuned in to channel four. For the next hour or two we were taken around Doge's Palace and St Mark’s Basilica.
Doge’s Palace was the residence of the Doge of Venice, the supreme authority of the Republic of Venice. It was originally built in the 9th century; however none of ...
No matter how much you read about Venice, or how many pictures you look at, or whatever Rick Steves says about it ("Get ready to be immersed in the wonder of this continent's most romantic city"), there's nothing quite like actually getting there and stepping into Venezia. Coming from America, where we simulate places like Venice in Las Vegas, being there, feeling the breeze come off the sea, seeing ...