Alloggi Santa Sofia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlloggi Santa Sofia Venice
So-so rooms as expected. The first receptionist (old woman) was nice even though we didn't share a language beyond a few words. The second one was already threatening us with a police for asking a question about their out of the blue changed pricing policy. Not so great bathroom.
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... and were taking her picture and asking her where she learned Chinese. They asked us because her answer that she goes to school in Ireland didn't seem to satisfy them. :)
The next morning we got up early and took a hotel shuttle to Venice. We had another great Italian breakfast with fantastic coffee and pastries. At 10:00, we took a gondola ride around Venice from our gondolier Luca. He gave us a great ...
... was paid out in American
Dollars. Even a bit of IPad and Tele watched. Dinner and a show to finish the
day. Should be relaxing as much as possible on the sea days as we don’t have
many more this week or next.
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... least they greet you with a smile and are willing to offer advice. Another 15 mins or so and we are in the Jewish Quarter, which was Europe's first ghetto, established 600 years ago and where the Jews were compelled to live under Venetian law. The barbed wire on the top of the walls is still there as a testament to the Nazi occupation from 1943 when Venice's Jewish population was again interned. There is a lovely piazza at the centre and we decide it's time ...
... all of these buildings in Venice have a foundation of wooden piles driven into marshland. It's quite amazing that anything is still standing - although it does explain the wicked lean you see on some towers around the place.
Feet quite sore and both feeling a little fatigued so we found our way back to our apartment (a feat in itself) and then up the 4 flights of extremely steep stairs for a little rest. And when I say little rest, I really ...
... smaller the meal, the higher the prices. Prices were ridiculous, especially for drinks. So when in Venice do what what the Venetians do, we joined the ever growing crowds on the steps and enjoyed a delicious lunch with a million dollar view. The remainder of the day was spent wandering the laneways and boardwalks, stopping frequently to enjoy the sights and sounds of this beautiful city. Travel Tip ...