Ca' Priuli Dolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in front of Hotel Danieli and head back to our apartment, hauling our luggage with us over the bridges for a brisk 20 min hike. We arrive at the apartment and haul ourselves up 4 flights to the apartment where we meet the owner Luciano who gives us a full tour of the apartment with very thorough instructions. Mom thinks Veronica and Luciano flirt a little too much to ...
We headed out walking and eventually found the bus stop. All good.
We got on the bus and I looked around expecting to see a bus full of tourists headed in the same direction. Nope - bus full of Italians - where are the tourists?!?!?? Jack and I were squished into the aisle without seats, hoping that we would end up in the right place.
Luckily, about 15 minutes later we saw the water and knew we were headed for the Venice ...
Our last day in Venice was spent enjoying the view from our balcony and wandering the same small winding pathways that are now familiar to us. The weather is perfect at 72 degrees and sunny. I am fascinated with the day to day details of the people that live here. Where do they work? Where do they live? What do they do with all the trash? Monday must be trash day because lots of little Italian men are very busy ...
... in Venice (water $10 and a coke $6) --- we headed for the vapporetto armed with our Rick Steve's audio tour of a cruise down The Grand Canal. Unfortunately, the entire day has been cloudy so I'm disappointed with yucky white sky in all of my photos but I keep reminding myself to stop whining and eat more gelato (which we did) --- it took us awhile, but we finally found the place we went to last night. Yep, Nutella gelato is the best (Robin votes for ...
... We were doubly excited as we'd decided to spend the night in a hotel as a bit of a treat.
As soon as we'd stepped off the bus we decided to have a beer in this lovely little square. Once we'd finished we walked through all of the little alleyways, making our way slowly to the hotel we had booked. Venice was ok. It was all a bit fake though and so very touristy. Every voice you heard was either American or English. You could quite easily ...