Foresteria Valdese Venezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... small hotels and ended up at a very nice park. We then walked through part of the Carneggio and then to the Ghetto, the Jewish quarter. A Hassidic man came up to Robert and asked him if he was Jewish. Don't know if they were soliciting for funds or what but we continued on. Within the ghetto are several different tabernacles built by the various Jews that had arrived from different countries. All in ...
... and by 7.30am, we were at Dussledorf airport, returning the car...we had done close to 3000km in the 3 and a bit weeks since arriving in Europe. I was conscious that Dusseldorf was the area of my Sielaff ancestors... The flight was uneventful, although beautiful as we crossed over Munich and Bavaria and the Alps - they have some snow, and were picturesque. Then we arrived at Marco Polo airport, walked the short distance to the private ...
... quiet we would have to run in. In one of the biggest surprises of the trip, it was very lively around it, with families walking around and bar 50meters away, we were bith relieved especially Sophie, who i knew would still need help getting to sleep in this run down, eery place we were staying at. Certainly an enjoyable start to venice, we both knew our accommodation was bad, but definitely not bad enough to ruin anything for us, we were better than that ...
... of Venice, WOW. Its an amazing experience to see an entire city built on water (so to speak). We'd seated ourselves right at the back of the taxi, so us and our luggage were out of the way, which gave us the opportunity to see the sights on the ride. We travelled up the Grand Canal which gave us the opportunity to see many of the sites from the water. Unfortunately there are two things that really struck me on the ride:
1. Venice actually smells. apparently its the water and ...
... whom will literally chase you down the street, imploring you to take a tour with them. Manners soon wear thin, and you find yourself telling them to remove themselves from your presence, but in a less than eloquent way. Overcoming this unpleasantness, we were soon in the museum. I was personally amazed at all the items on show. Perhaps naively, I had though that the museum would be limited to holy relic type stuff, religious paintings and all that. Wrong. There is ancient Egyptian, Roman ...