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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to buy many of them, but getting them back home would be a bit of a nightmare. Lunch was on Murano and Michael was lucky to choose a delicious home made green ravioli with a meat sauce. Mmm mmmmm. We then caught the Vaporetto to Burano which is about a 40 minute ride. This island is famous for lace production and also for the brightly coloured houses. It is a very pretty little island, full of colour and small streets and canals. Lots of shops selling lace with ...
... so you can look out over the grand canal like the doge himself. The marble flooring on the loggia is amazing, the whole place is straight out of a scene from 'the merchant on Venice' Oi veh! Continued on my way to the station for the passes marvelling at the united colours of tourist tat on the way. Anyone that knows me knows I live light and prefer memories and photos to plastic gondolas unless they are incredibly ironic... Don't get me wrong, if you love that stuff by all ...
... that she had some distant friends to catch up with.
she gave an invitation for me to come, I declined because I wanted to see if my old mate would give me the recipe for his home brewed beer.
We both parted our own ways and I managed to get the recipe for the home brew beer. It didn't take all that long to get.
Then I just strolled home and had a rest until I went had got some take out pasta for dinner.
... Café called Vevova, or "widow". I had their casa speciale, deep-fried meatballs, and spaghetti with squid and squid ink. Delicioso! Tinnentaro's birthplace is just a few doors down, and his atelier is a block away. I am in the oldest inhabited part of Venice, called Cannaregio. Fortunately it is not popular with tourists so it is very quiet. Hooray! I am looking forward to taking photos and painting ...
... left, and now buildings were empty, a result of owners unable to afford the continual upkeep on these buildings. Sad to think that as the years progress, more and more will move out, and more buildings will rot and decay. Obviously the islands are firmly in the grips of tourism, the main source of income (I think apart from being used as movie sets!) Overall,the Italian people are lovely, apart from from the annoying blue light and rose men that try ...