Relais Agriturismo Ormesani
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... I never realised was so famous and has played Union for Ireland for the past 10 years who I spoke to in Crown Hotel Belfast which is oldest pub in Belfast. He asked what our thoughts were about the queen and our independents and would be more than happy if Britain left Ireland ( he is a Protestant) either way he said it would take years if ever for some people to move on, After good feed 5 pints and 1 limoncello we called it night and headed for ...
... to the hotel. We headed up to the terrace to relax and enjoy the setting sun. Doug kept falling asleep in the chair while I blogged so we decided to head down to the room for a nap.
Sweet, wonderful sleep. It was fabulous as we had been awake for about 27 hours straight. We woke up from our amazing nap and headed back out to see Venice at night. We walked the Grand Canal for a bit, found more gelato for Doug and got some steps. It was lovely.
... The tour finished back at San Marco at lunchtime so I wander off through the streets again to find something to eat. Stop at a busy bar (cafe) and buy a prosciutto and mozzarella toasted roll and eat it while I walk. Take the long way back to my hotel, find some new areas to explore and arrive back at my hotel just before 3. I need to have a bit of a rest before my Grand Canal tour as I'm feeling really tired. I think it's just as well my trip is nearly over- I'm feeling ...
... Canal. After crossing this and taking many pictures we were finally in San Marco, then began the quest of finding Piazza San Marco, which eventually we did. It was massive! Surrounding the square were restaurants and live bands, the square was filled with tourists and of course pigeons. At one end was the Basilica Di San Marco, next to it was Palazzo Ducale and Campanile. We walked through the square and went to the top of Campanile, which gave as exquisite panoramic views of ...
... the armoury - which showcased historical artifacts such as guns, swords,
armour, chastity belts, weapons of torture and more. The chastity belt
revolted all of its spectators. Everyone was quite taken aback when they
realized what it actually was. We came into various senate rooms
and voting rooms. The largest room in the palace, arguably one of the
largest in Europe apparently, was absolutely cause for a jaw drop. You
could play an actual game of soccer in ...