La Palazzina Veneziana
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... for the church. It is a beautiful church - probably one of my favorites. It is round and mostly white on the outside. The inside is much simpler than most we've seen and also very bright. There were several notable paintings in there as well. Our evenings were spent finding affordable dinners and walking around. One evening I was pretty tired and Kevin wanted to take a walk so he went on his own and found a neat area away from the tourists. He found the hospital ...
Hi Everyone- Today we left Opatija and after a quick look around the waterfront we got on the road toVenice. We had to drive through the country Slovania after leaving Croatia and we stopped at a roadside place which had a couple of pigs roasting on the fire outside. The smell of grilling pork was too much to go past so we ...
... that this is the reason the city is mostly shutdown (in addition to the fact that Venice just doesn't really do late night apparently).
Now that the group has a grasp on their situation, they make a last-ditch effort by heading back to Campo Santa Margherita where they'd had a drink at Orange Bar the night before. Even Orange Bar is closed this night so they sit down for a beer next door. Here the ...
Venice was amazing! It is exactly what you would expect! If you are in the outer parts of Venice then it is just a normal city but if you are in the center of the city there are house on water and cute little ally ways! It is so hard to navigate through the city! You get lost and then found again! This happen to us trying to find our way back to the bus station but we had so much fun doing it! I went on ...
... sits on the Grand Canal and was intended to be a four-story palace, the 18th century Palazzo Venier dei Leoni in fact never rose beyond the ground floor – hence its nickname, Il Palazzo Nonfinito (The Unfinished Palace). In 1949 the building was bought as a home by then millionaires Peggy Guggenheim (1898 to 1979), a collector, dealer, and patron of the arts. Peggy befriended and furthered then careers of many innovative ...