Lion Morosini Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLion Morosini Palace Venice
Small basic b & b but such great value for location, hotel has pier looking at rialto bridge! little tapas bar under hotel for drinks and nibbles - not loud and breakfast over looking the main waterway through venice!
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... stashed. This was an interesting collection - apart from some beautiful chalices from days of old and velvet padded boxes preserving doges remains were some saints relics...St Roch's femur (not sure who he was but I saw it), St Mark's thumb, the arm of St George used to slay the dragon (I knew dragons were true!!) and a lock of the Madonna's hair...if you like old things/history/mosaics/religion - VISIT!
From here we went around the corner to ...
... that guide all water traffic turned to the east. After 15 minutes of cruising and three stops at docks along the city outskirts, we turned and headed due north towards Isola di San Michele, the Venice Cemetery, and just beyond that, the island of Murano. Passing the San Michele, I learned that only citizens of Venice were allowed to be buried in this cemetery.
Along the way one of my questions about the essential services in Venice was answered. ...
... a pink and white swirl of soft serve ice cream, except it does not need refrigeration. We found another gelato ice cream shop, we skipped dinner and ate dessert instead. Again. Sean ate spearmint, italian merengue, and caramel. Catherine ate cookies and cream, chocolate, and caramel. The mint gelato here is really good. We walked some more and found several stands with masquerade ...
... Venice experience. We could not help but notice the Asian invasion of tourists. It would appear that half the tourists were Asian and all of the morning Gondola riders seemed to be.
A littlemore history: Fleeing the Goths, who were looting and burning their way southwards to Rome, the people of the Veneto sought refuge among the wild and uninhabited islands of the marshy coast. They formed villages, and the city of Venice was born (founded, as tradition has it in AD 421). Over ...
... When the platform was finally announced 15 minutes before we were due to
leave the crowds all swarmed to the train…I was surprised by a ‘helpful Italian
lad who offered to lift my bag on to the train…as I followed him up the steps I
realised that he would be after a tip and I had no coins…he wasn’t impressed
when I said no cash…so I offered him a muesli bar tip instead J
The train ride to Venice was ...