- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and naval force for many of the early centuries. You get a sense of the wealth when you look at all the villas and palaces which are located on every canal, especially the ones lining the Grande canal. We visited a few museums and galleries including the Accademia (which is a small gallery with quite a lot of religious art) and the Correr museum (featuring art, history, and archaeology). But our favourite was the Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale), which was the seat of ...
... they were keen so the €80 boat trip was now split between the 6 of us, we decided to meet at 4pm. We headed off, weaving our way though the streets and over canals to the Rialto bridge, which was jam packed with people as there was a boat race on today (think it was like a fun run). We then headed to piazza San Marco which is a huge square with doges palace, saint marks basilica and many other places and expensive shops! After some lunch in ...
... morning and finished the very last minute packing, went for a walk where we were told a random Italian golfing joke by someone who had no idea we were about to leave for the airport, and said caio to some of the neighborhood crew (dogs included). Andrew brought us to the airport and we did laps in the airport to get steps - we knew it would be a low step count day.
A few minutes after ...
... with sculptures and high brick walls surrounding it. We found a large park and wandered through it. It was beautiful with Venetian buildings on either side and big trees, sculptures, and fountains down the center. We also came across a local grocery store and went in for a peak. It was pretty tiny. Looking at the different items you see on the shelves here was interesting. It also makes you wonder why you have to pay 3.50€ to 5.50€ for a can of coke or ...
... in strine if it was needed but it proved not to be necessary. A lady sitting opposite was watching the drama and when our eyes met eyebrows said it all as well as the little smile we shared.
On the plane I had the good fortune to have two spare seats beside me, the young bloke on the check in desk was going to charge me 16 euro to move from my aisle seat to the window, but once the crew were strapped in for take-off I slipped across and no-one was the wiser. ...