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... and the structure of towns from that age. It was small but we had good coffee. The only Problem was that we could not find the bus station to go back home. In the end we just stayed at the one and we were lucky, after 10 minutes there was a bus going to Padova. Yeah traffic in italy works a little differently. We found our way back home, and our bikes were waiting for us at the train-station (miracle).
... glass typically used to make blown glass ware.
We left Murano and went to the Cimitero Comunale (Cemetery) on the Island of San Michele - located between Murano and Venice. It was a beautiful and peaceful place; a world away from the noise of the city. David Chipperfield (this year’s director of the International Architecture Exhibition portion of La Biennale) had designed a new extension to the cemetery, ...
The second day of Venice I woke up early and went to the room with the Russians. After they got ready we all headed to the beach. Rachael was going to meet us there later but for now we were just chilling in the sun. The water was fairly warm so there was no problem going in and swimming. Though I hadn't slept much the night before so I fell asleep on the car over and sitting at the beach in the sun. We decided to ...
... It was build back in the 12th century, so it is a little dark, but the mosaics are unreal,they are floor to ceiling, front to back. They still sparkle now, i cant imagine what they looked like shortly after they were done. We also visited the San Zechariah church, it was the big cathedral before St Marks. It isnt even close in size to St Marks. The big deal with Zechariah is that through all of Venice's pillaging ...
... so we tacked ourselves onto the end and waited. The tower is just under 100m high but is the tallest building in Venice. We took the elevator to the bells which was the main viewing platform. Here we could see miles and get a full appreciation of the city. The buildings were all terra cotta roofs and the typical sandstone facades all crammed together with tiny water ways snaking their way between them. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed