Ca' Priuli Dolo
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... chef which way to go. At this time I did not appreciate he was I fact the Executive Chef! He did however reflect our frustration and as a act of kindness took us to our dining room through the galley. At that time we discussed "back of house tours" and he agreed to do the kitchens tour with us for free! What an experience and an honour. The kitchens were spotless. Bread and bread products are baked 3 times a day. Food can only be outside ...
... A short walk took us to Fondamente Nove and the vaporetto to Burano. It called in at Murano on the way but we decided we'd seen enough glassblowing whilst on tour (and the island is not as attractive as Burano) and onto Burano. It's quite a long way across the lagoon, about half an hour. The island is renowned for lacemaking and it's beautiful coloured houses. It really is a photographers delight. Sandra was keen ...
... glass stores to see the necklaces, dishware, sculptures, etc, that they had to offer. After a delicious lunch of homemade ravioli we were about to head back to the main island when we finally came across a glass showroom that was open for viewing. Many of the others had been closed for the holidays. W were able to watch the artisans make a vase and a horse sculpture using blown glass, it was unbelieveable how quickly and effectively they worked to make these beautiful pieces. We ...
... into the correct rooms for the Venice list. Straight to our rooms. Sleep in tomorrow as wake up call at 7.30, breakfast at 8 and packing the buses at 9.15 to head to Bologna and Pesaro. Billy James On your first Venice trip one of the first things you will notice is that Venice itself is the main attraction. Venice activities like strolling along the winding streets and the canals, sitting at a terrace with a proper cup of coffee and breathing in the atmosphere of this ...
... the lights on (apparently the main lights are only turned on for 30 minutes each day) they made the gold mosaics in the roof glitter- it was beautiful and we felt very lucky to see the church in this way. Very soon we were ushered out (walking on raised walkways again) and back it into the rain. Our guide then took us through some of the quieter streets to show us some of the beautiful buildings, churches and canals on the way to the Rialto ...