Hotel ai due Principi
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
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... wealth it had accumulated before.
Today, the city built on wooden stilts is continuing its decline. Its population of 58,000 is half of what it was 30 years ago, and people continue to leave the lagoon at a rate of 1,000 per year. Triple that many people (yes, that is 150,000) descend on the city in high season. Tourism is the only thing keeping this city alive, but between the population loss and the fact that Venice is sinking due to rising sea levels, it might not ...
... it. However we inadvertently decide to get on the No 2 going in the other direction. It does stop at San Giorgio, but instead of the first stop, it is the final stop. (For all those familiar with Birmingham, it’s like getting the No 11 bus in the wrong direction. You’ll get to your destination sometime, but it might be a long long trip…). Still, the No 2 is practically a tour of the entire Grand Canal and we enjoy the slow ...
... from the water taxis that I love being in. We saw the gorgeous church where Casanova was christened. Then we passed the Gugenheim - I wish I would have known we could have got a lift!
What can we say about Venice? You could spend months here and still wouldn't get the whole Venice experience. The water taxi system is awesome! You are only limited by your ignorance. Get a water taxi pass for the amount of days you will be there. Our stay was 3 days so we got a 3 day pass. That was $120 ,but, if we didn't get that pass we would have spent over $200! AND, get every piece of public ...
... 8217;d been anticipating, which was good, although some Asian tourists had bought packets of feed from a stooped old woman in the corner and so were drawing swarming crowds of the birds around them. As we left the Square and headed out to the water’s edge, we observed a huge cruise ship coming into port. The ships are big anyway, but it absolutely towered over everything around it like a behemoth – totally destroying the old-world charm of Venice. Here we saw ...