Hotel Basilea Dipendenza
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... to drink at an outdoor cafe that had live music entertaining the diners. As soon as we sat down, the waiter made sure that we knew six euros would be added to each of our tabs for the live music. We decided it was the experience that counted and ordered. I wanted to try their hot chocolate and paid extra to get whipped cream. I think that this hot chocolate may be more like the "real" Italian ...
... allowed, as I watched tourist after tourist snapping away, I accidentally turned my camera on and accidentally took a picture and then felt guilty so turned it off (see my illegal picture below).
We thought we would venture across to Burano island, one of the many in the lagoon,
The houses are all painted bright colours and we thought it might be fun to see..thirty euros please...we stayed where we were.
Decided to walk to the end of ...
... to view Venice at night with all the lights lit up. After a very long and hot day, we were quite excited to hop into a bed with clean sheets and have a proper shower. I think being away from home, one begins to realize how grateful we are for these things. Despite a hectic day of pigeon-eating seagulls and a rude Venetian waitress, we were quite happy to leave even though it was probably one of the most beautiful cities we have visited so ...
... risotto €6, while the other girls ordered tapas. We were to meet back at a fountain at 12:30 but their food hadn't arrived, so I asked our guide to wait, bit we ended up getting separated from the girls. They missed the best part of the trip... The secret gelato bar, where Brad and Angelina have been. Went past a fresh pasta bar, so ...
... started out early and went to the Scuola. This is a 15th century building that was erected by a group of civic minded Venetians to be a site for their group which was involved in civic projects. The interior was decorated in beautiful paintings most of which were by Tintoretto. The building is lavishly decorated. We then walked through a large part of Venice ...