B&B Biennale Venezia
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... getting hot. Hilary mentioned that we needed to find a restroom and since there was a "WC" sign overhead with an arrow, I followed it. It seemed that the signs kept going forever. About 10 minutes later, we got to the WC at which point both Beth and Nate announced they needed to use the bathroom. It was 1 Euro 50 to use the restroom and it had to be 1 Euro and 1 50 cent piece. The whole paying to use the restroom really annoys the kids ...
... be there for the rest of the day but then the staff must have come back from siesta and we got through after about a twenty minute delay.
Yeah we are here!!
We took a water taxi to our hotel. What a novel experience and a fantastic way to arrive at a destination. Going on the water taxi through the canals its truly a unique experience. We were one of four couples - lets jus say what a contrast - we had one who was Muslim to one who was ...
... domes of the Basilica di Santa Maria popping out on the side of the canal. A perfect Venice scene. We hopped on a vaporetti to jump just a few stops along the canal. Many of the vaporetti I've seen today have been absolutely jam packed. And it's February!! However this one was nice and quiet - perfect for enjoying the pretty view of all the old buildings as we glided past. We were barely on the boat for 10 minutes before jumping off just before the Rialto Bridge. We ...
... Guggenheim museum, which my dad had recommended I see. We didn't end up going inside but at least getting to see it front the outside was good enough for me.
What I found most surprising about Venice was how everything was super flooded. including San Marco. We couldn't even walk around in the square since there was so much water so we had to walk on planks that were set up. This isn't an everyday occurrence in Venice, it only ...
... standards and taste). Then hoped on our train to Venice! For a wonderful romantic evening on the water! We got here and Sara and Pat took off to try and get into the Doges palace before it closed. But they took the water taxi the wrong way, and ended up taking it all around the island before making it to San Marcos in time to meet us. David and I took all the luggage to the hotel and then ...