Foresteria Valdese Venezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Foresteria Valdese Venezia Venice
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... see here I'm passing through Italy at a pace that I'm not entirely comfortable with, and it's meant I've had whizz through some sights and had to pass up some places I'd love to have visited. I've got a date with a ferry early in November, and, although I'm slightly regretting how much time I spent in France and Spain they will still be there next time for a future visit.
I drove North from Rome to Siena, passing into beautiful Tuscany on the way. ...
... San Marco. We couldn't believe we had access to this view of Venice from our hotel. Aperol Spritzers are a popular Italian aperitif made of bitter orange, gentian and rhubarb. We enjoyed these throughout our stay in Venice.
After a few drinks on the rooftop, we decided to try some Venetian food and headed to a restaurant called – Ristorante Gran Viale . I ordered spaghetti ai Frutti di ...
... 8217;</i> we overheard a nearby tourist guide say to his group of English speakers. Problem solved!!! On the Rialto Bridge, we stopped at a souvenir shop that was still trading after all these years. It brought back memories when I was a teen with my mum and dad. The first time we had been to Venice and dad bought a large plastic Gondola on a stand. Probably only cost a few dollars (as opposed to €25 now) These Gondolas were (are) musical so for old time sake I wound ...
... northern Venice) so I just had to figure out which street would take me all the way to the water’s edge. I took one wrong turn and had to backtrack, because there are actually places on the canals with no bridge that crosses there—ha!
The stop for No. 12 is called Fondemente Nuova, which translates to profoundly new—I wonder what the story is behind that! A waterbus was just leaving when I arrived but ...
•Caught the ferry over to Venice. •Walking tour around the small city- the oldest museum in Italy, St Marks Square, Bluey green water and gondolas cruising up the small rivers through Venice with cute little bridges. •Hot weather & got burnt! •Stopped for pizza & a salad (missing our greens) at a restaurant right on the water. •Skyped mum wishing she was here more than ever! Italian men loving ...