Hotel Basilea Dipendenza
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the only city where you can see a thousand years of architecture in one place"
or so our Gondolier told us on our gondolier ride. We were very lucky to have a
gondolier who did a good job and acted as a tour guide as he took us around.
Others we saw were on their phones or just rowing (?-gondoliering?) silently.
Before coming to Venice we had recently listened to the 'How Stuff works'
podcasts on Venice. It described a phenomenon neither of ...
... s, but its soaring light filled interior has a simple elegance that is more beautiful in many ways.
Back on the boat, down the Grand Canal to La Salute, the plague church, built in thanksgiving that only one third of the population died. We were just inside when they started jangling the keyring indicating locking up for lunch break. It was a very quick look, but this church is much more beautiful from the outside anyway. Another boat ride and a ...
... after the waiter served then a coffee called India Colonia 1885 M.B. When the cup of coffee was served Battery Boy thought he had received a used cup with just the dregs in the bottom. There was less than a mouthful but boy was it potent.
About 5:00 p.m. they left the restaurant via the vineyard and walked to the bridge that links Mazzorbo with Burana, a tiny fishing village decorated with colourful houses. It is also the location ...
... is really quite disturbing. Ruby couldn’t stand the smell of smoke but now she’s just used to it; it’s everywhere! Thankfully in Australia it is not so prevalent. Another thing that is quite amazing over here is the number of European cars. They’re everywhere too! Incredible! BMW, Mercedes, Audi … A hop skip and a jump later, we were at our hostel in Florence. We have a ...
... getting lost. To me it just means I am in a new place and I love seeing new places, meeting new people, and just taking it all in. So we would walk and then stop in random stores. Walk some more and stop for a treat in a bakery. Walk some more and stop for lunch. Walk for and stop for wine. Can you ...