Ca' Nigra Lagoon Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCa' Nigra Lagoon Resort Venice
Very charming hotel in a quiet part of Venice. Easy to reach and not far from transportation. Very friendly and helpful personnel. Breakfast in the garden with a view on Canal Grande is awesome.
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... very valuable pieces and I could only afford to buy a small but beautiful vase. From here we cruised to Burano Island which is famous for its colourful houses and lace making. I thought it would be bobbin lace but it was a different style, done with a needle. Of course I bought a sample or two. After our visit to the lace maker we were given some free time and I wandered around the quaint little island checking out the wonderfully colourful houses. I had a lovely ...
... that blows northbound along the Adriatic Sea and a more local one called 'the bora' that has a specific effect due to the shape and location of the Venetian Lagoon.
Having access to the internet has its unexpected benefits and we were able to look up the tide tables and see that high tide was due at 9.50pm so we walked down to the lowest point in the city, St Marks Square and enjoyed the happy chaos there as the water bubbled up through the drains and ...
I've been off-line since our place in Florence didn't have WiFi nor does our place where we are now in Cinque. However, our breakfast joint here in Cinque Terre has WiFi so I'll start catching up on the text portion of the blog.
The trip to Venice started with a 7 hour train ride from Salzburg through the Alps, which we didn't see at all because it was night and we were sleeping. We did have our own compartment (as Marin ...
... I had spaghetti....I know, real shocker!
Then we grabbed a map, and our slowly developing non directionally challenged selves began to find our way. The signs and arrows were very confusing, probably just to us, we felt like we were weaving in a maze for awhile. Eventually, after walking up and down narrow and elaborate storefront streets, we found la Piazza San Marc. There were tons of people, it was crazy. The square was huge and overlooking ...
... did I bring that. ???
Womby is going into his overdrive state of panic, not sure why, we have three hours. Somehow things just don't go back in the way we arrived. It is quite funny because there is another group wrapping their suitcases in glad wrap, (well done Schappel, look what you have started) and another group repacking. Funny.
We reshuffle our bags, and are finally sorted. One last espresso, **** this is a small ...