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TravelPod Member ReviewsZaguri B&B Venice
You'll be close to everything at this quaint B&B. room was nice and big, host Mario was great and so was Christina. Only problem was some strange beeping all night. Ou feel like a locale at this place.
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Today started out beautiful. We woke up with the window open and the sound of waves crashing against the walls under our fourth floor (the top floor!) hotel window. The sun was out, a few clouds scattered but nothing serious. We didn't have any set goals to get done other than view the city and do some shopping. We set out with a backpack full of essentials to get us thru the day. The first agenda was coffee and breakfast. We took the route towards the Rialto bridge and ran into ...
... a vaporetto to your destination. However, to do this we have to first cross the new fourth bridge to cross the Grand Canal. 'Designed' by Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, it fails to meet the obvious need of the traveller laden with a heavy suitcase. No ramps. Interesting notion, when you remember that the bridge is the only connection between the station of Santa Lucia and the bus station! Hopping on the vaporetto is always fun, but today we were just on ...
... up and moving on to annoy someone else at another camping ground. Today we were trekking up Mount Vesuvius, destroyer of Pompeii, and continual menace to southern Italy. A tour via bus would cost us each €20, but to go yourself cost a total of €18.50. So we drove. Naturally, we got horribly lost, nearly killed in the Italian traffic, and suffered multiple nervous breakdowns. But then we regrouped, found our way and were soon travelling up the mountain, which is a long, ...
Our last stop in Italy was Venice. I had visited before, long ago while living in Italy, and had enjoyed it immensely, but I expected that this time it wouldn't make quite the impression it had the first. I was wrong. Despite years of travel and all the incredible and unimaginable places I have seen, there is still something magical ...
... few times, I have developed a better idea of what to leave out of the luggage. For this trip I packed exceedingly light, considering that I will spend 12 days away from a Maytag. Lugging my bags a mile or two on a sunny 60-degree afternoon was not a problem. However, navigation in Venice, even on foot while holding a map and using an iPhone's GPS and compass, is far from simple. Walkways may dead end in either blind alleys or simply by dumping the ...