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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... felt really rushed upstairs to make our purchases. We declined and had a lovely little walk through the pretty town and bought some lace elsewhere.
Our final stop was an island called Torcello. This was the 1st island settled back in the days of yore, and has a church dating back to the 7th century. Now however, only 11 people call this island home.
A beautiful sunset boat ride back to St Mark's square was a lovely way to end our final night in Venice.
... getting on the right taxi and finally getting to our hotel on the water. (I am pretty sure we might still be at the Hertz Rental Car now without our guide!) What an amazing experience. It was so surreal to be floating down this river on this lovely wooden boat with our suitcases and camera in hand and arriving at our hotel door by boat. We literally climbed out of the boat onto a dock and walked into our hotel the Palace Bonvecchiati ...
... out to get gelati and do another lap......It was supposed to pour here today and so far, the forecast hasn't been accurate, we have had beautiful sunshine. We did a large loop from our square through and around opposite Accademia and up and around to St Marks Square again. It's amazing as you walk around the crowds are so concentrated in such a small area - as soon as you go a couple of streets off the main drag, the streets are quiet and easy to browse and ...
... to Vienna! Unfortunately, it was crazy trying to find our bus and none of the locals (including the man at the bus info centre) knew where the bus station was. It was extremely hectic but we finally found it just before it was supposed to leave.
We took the bus from Venice to Villach, Austria where we had some time before catching a train to Vienna. Villach was gorgeous as well, a nice town surrounded by more mountains.
We covered the ground almost down to the Rialto bridge. Really enjoyed it together - over many small bridges and lovely piazzas and then managed to find our way home without getting lost.
In the afternoon, emerging after a home cooked pasta meal, we caught the vaporetto, managed to get some front outside seats and cruised the Grand Canal from one end to the oher and then back again as the sun set. ...