Locanda alle Porte 1632
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... one way systems, Vience had canals and gondolas. Vience origins date back to the fifth century when Barbarians invaded the area and forced the Vento inhabitants to seek refuge on the lagoons island. The Ventos grew their town into a super power of the Mediterranean. With no cars anyone arriving or departing the island congregates in the one spot on the end of the bridge from the mainland. It's the summer season here and it the area ...
Waking up early to the baffling sound of tables scraping along wooden floors, we sleepily shuffled to the bathroom and woke up underneath an invigorating rainshower before heading to breakfast (I feel like all we do is post about breakfast but seriously, there is going to be some rude adjustment once we get back home and realise that there isn't a selection of cheeses and pastries waiting for us every morning).
Then it was onto the subway ...
... courtyards, random streets and churches that, though not on the map, were all very pretty. After a gorgeous sunset I spent a few hours admiring the city in the dark, much of it even prettier when lit up. Sadly I was able to take just one picture of St Mark’s square before my camera decided it had had enough Venice for the day and ran out of battery. Back at the campsite I met my host, Maurizio, a friendly former fencer and current fencing instructor. Grand total expenditure ...
... deserted which was really strange. We walked along the beach towards the public beach which wasn't very nice, Lachie saw a syringe in the sand and it was covered in shells and rubbish. We didn't stay too long and weren't keen on swimming there. We found some breakfast along the road to the ferry, and went to the University side of Venice. We walked around there and saw some churches and the Guggenheim museum and enjoyed the scenery of the old buildings and canals. It was ...
... company and thus here I am heading off on one of their tours.
'Jewels of the Adriatic’ starts in Italy from Venice and finishes 15 days later in Croatia at Dubrovnik. Unfortunately Rod was unable to slip away from work so I had to go it alone.
I flew with Thai to Bangkok and then into Rome where I continued via rail to Venice. It was a lovely way to start the trip. I enjoyed sitting back in the 1st Class carriage sipping on ...