Campeggio Marina Di Venezia
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
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... we had an opportunity to buy items. When I came to Venice the first time I regretted not buying and murano glass. So this time a bought a small vase in a lavender colour. Apparently the lavender and red colours are the most precious because they have to use gold to make the colours. I also bought some earrings. I'm spent big buying a necklace and earrings set. It was then back on the boat and off to San ...
... message, and I'm not sure that it actually rang as I sleep with the phone as my alarm clock on the night before a flight. But I did find an email from US Airways at 1:44am telling me that my flight was delayed till 10:30am with a 7pm arrival time, no mention of my on going flight to Venice. Wonder what I was supposed to do with that information at 1:44am. But here's what really annoys me, I booked this as a SFO to Venice flight, where I connect made ...
... the rather daunting campanile (tower) in Plaza San Marco. We arrive to find that there are in fact no public stairs, and the only access is a quick €8 elevator ride. At the top the wind is both strong and cold, but the views are magnificent. In the golden late afternoon light every vista is like a live Canaletto. Tower conquered, we head home for a short break before dinner. Our first choice of restaurant, not too far from ...
... real idea of where we were going. Even our navigation system couldn't be trusted in Venice as it couldn't differentiate between streets and canals. The Casa Pisini Canal Hotel was a small but pleasant and clean. (5 rooms) It had the ambience one would expect. I'd strongly recommend it to anyone visiting Venice - if you could find it! On more than one occasion I wondered if tourists in Venice lose not only their luggage but their whole hotel as ...
Soon after, we headed to an exhibition on Vivaldi at the Museo della Musica in a small church not far from the Accademia Bridge. The compositions of Vivaldi -- a son of Venice -- are well-known to Hannah who has played violin for almost a decade. Aside from the incredible display of ancient instruments and magnificent guitars, lyres, mandolins, cellos and violins, our favorite section explored how a violin is actually ...