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TravelPod Member Reviews3749 Ponte Chiodo Venice
The location was fantastic, the room was fantastic, but what made this place extra special is Matthia. He is such a wonderful host, and provides you with any and all information about the city you could ever want. 5 stars is not enough, in my opinion.
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just a quick update for all of you out there thinking how easy this travel lark is. In the past month I have travelled a total of over 80 hours in cars, trains and buses, this does not include time at the station waiting/transfers or waiting time to get picked up hitch hiking, if I add that on I'm sure it would double easily: -
Bus - 34 hours
Train - 22:45 hours
Hitch hiking - 21:30 hours - 1520 km - in 11 different cars, boo-yeah!
Planes - 2 hours
... get their last glimpse and breath of Venice. No photos are allowed in most of the palace, but once again, just keep an eye out for the "guards". You can take some good photos out the window of the courtyard and the coastline depending where you are in the palace.
Staying in the square, the next place of exploration was the Bell Tower. Unfortunately there is no discount, everyone pays the 8 euro and takes the lift up. No stairs unfortunately. The view is ...
... and usefulness of religion in society. Afterward, we ate lunch at a little cafe (where they charged us like 4 times for eating in instead of taking out) we were not impressed. We didn't let that get to us (yay for not letting little things get to us). Instead we headed back to the hostel on the vaporetti (venetian water bus) for our siesta which included writing postcards (again, fiona is boss at this) napping, and uploading photos. We avoided the hottest part of ...
... sidewalks along the canals flood as well as some of the squares like St. Mark's. The locals have learned to adapt to this and most wear rubber boots everywhere and the city workers actually erect elevated walkways through all of the main walkways. CRAZY!
We woke up the next morning to a small downpour but we thought, how bad can it be!? Off we went to meet Grace, Chris & BA but didn't manage to ...