No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Murano Palace Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... playing all around the square. We tried to visit them all and even joined a few on the dance floor. Ironically dancing to New York New York! The location itself is dynamic. It is huge, it is old and it is impressive! I look forward to seeing it in the daylight tomorrow.
As I type this I can feel myself starting to fight sleep so I will sign off for now as I really do try to avoid conflict whenever possible!! :)
Oops, forgot the mention the church bells that greet you on most mornings, but Sunday mornings were the best if you like that sound. Our routine settled into fixing a pot of coffee, getting back in bed and reading for awhile before setting off on whatever adventure we had planned for that day.
We had a quick breakfast and then headed out around 7:00a.m. to explore the Rialto, San Marcos square and then on the the public ...
... at these they are Gucci, cheap, $40" spiel.
Yeah right. I was doing a deal with him and next minute he started packing up his gear as he had been advised by his mates doing the same thing only a matter of metres away that the Police were coming.
But it was a false alarm and so I was able to complete my purchase and walked away with my €10 sunnies. He wanted me to pay more but it seemed to be the going rate for everyone else!
We then watched them all run for ...
... city of Ferrara. Ferrarra is called the 'city of bikes' and my husband was particularly excited about that. Upon reaching Bosaro, we rode for approx 37 km along cycle paths by the Po river, passing through the countryside, farms and villages, until finally reaching the cobble stone streets of Ferrara. In Ferrara, my husband and I had lunch at a restaurant called Brendisi, upon recommendation of our guide. We had a ...
... afternoon Ladies and Gentlemen. This is the First Officer The current altitude is 35,000ft. We will shortly be flying over Düsseldorf and for those sitting on the left (I think he meant port side!!) you should see Bussels in the distance. We will then head over Austria and the Austrian Alps where we will enter Italian airspace just west of the Brenner Pass. From there it is a straight run on to Venice and once again I apologise for the slight delay due to ...