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TripAdvisor Reviews Palazzo Cendon Venice
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We were both so very excited to head to Venice. When you talk about iconic cities, Venice is one of those cities that HAS to be on your bucket list. To have an entire city where the roads are made up of water is pretty gosh darn awesome. ;)
We arrived in Venice via train from Cinque Terra. It was interesting to us that only a small part of …
... metres around to the left. It's more like 500 but we find it. We pay 4 euro each for the demonstration & realise it's probably not the popular tourist factory we were told about. But it's nice to see a more realistic perspective on Venetian life amongst the real people. The master, as they call the glass blower, makes a vase & then a horse. OH&S isn't really worried about in Europe as much as Australia. He wasn't wearing any safety gear, glasses but ...
I couldn't believe the service when we arrived. I was extremely wary, walking down an ally to see a sign with the name of the hotel but no door handle - just a buzzer. They let us in and immediately we see the stairs. Very steep and narrow stairs. I cannot reiterate this enough, our suitcases were 50 pounds each and my carry on was about 20 pounds plus our large purses and Brittany's backpack. We struggle up the stairs, by this ...
... cross, also due to the fact that we had a train to catch. We went back to the hotel, grabbed our bags and then started attempting to power walk through the crowds..... Not an easy feat! Alas, the crowds resulted in our missing our train by 1 minute, but we were able to take the next one...... Admittedly for €42 instead of the planned €25. Finally we made it back to Urbino, all in one piece, masks included. Lea managed not to fall into the canal, something which ...
... and she had come from a funeral - I was saying in my best Italian that I spoke no Italian but nothing penetrated - then she went her way. Very sad Brief photo op on the way home of a church that struck me on the first day - you look up and all the statues heads are looking down at you - like many places in Venice you can't get far enough away to get the full vista and have to look upStopped off at the take-away nearest us and got kebabs ...