Al Lion Morosini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... were taken through their display rooms with the hundreds of chandaliers and other glass ornaments. There were whole musical instruments made from glass (e.g. saxophones, guitars, clarinet etc). Every item was worth a fortune, however very clever. After that we had a boat ride back to San Marco square, followed by a walk back to our hotel (the Saturnia & International), prior to a quick lunch. We then set ...
... again we realized we live on Calle dei Saoneri and not Calle de la Saoneria…Eventually we stumbled upon Calle Seconda dei Saoneri and reasoned that the second street with the same name should be next to the first one…we were right. Amazingly enough I opened both doors on the first try and the 62 stairs up to the loft were never so appreciated.
... and extravagance some people had put into their consumes was extraordinary. And they were all very patient and generous to allow others to photograph them/with them. My friend Anny also got stopped many a time, as her costume was also quite eye catching. It was a whole day of walking the streets of Venice and trying to spot the best costumes. I got separated from the group twice because I was overzealous in my attempts to photograph some of the ...
... as flash as the last place. The air con unit took 15 minutes before blowing hot air, and the hot water was switched off and only fixed the next day.
We all met up at the bar/restaurant for a group dinner and
had beef lasagne which was pretty good (but not as good as mums). An amazing
lemon cake for dessert, which was so good I had to help out my friend and eat
We decided to have an early night and were sleeping by
... quite long because they did a whole medley of songs from Fiddler on the Roof—ha!
I walked over to the San Marco waterbus stop and took it back to the apartment. I had an inside seat this time (behind the cutest little boy who made faces at me) and discovered the Night Landscape setting on my point-and-shoot camera. It’s amazing how it seems to add lighting to the pictures. By the way, it was after 8:00 PM by now and the shops were still going ...