Hotel Al Sole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Hello from venice! When we were planning our trip to Europe, we each had a "must go to" place, and Venice was mine! When we walked out of the train station we both stopped in our tracks and just stood there while we saw this amazing city for the first time. That is something I will never forget! This is the most beautiful, amazing, unique, romantic …
... world! :-). Lots of caffeine! We walked around Venice - exploring the ins and outs of the various canals, found some great Italian leather purses to purchase and then headed to Morano, an island out in the bay. Lots of glass factories and neat little shops . .. We meandered around a bit, taking pictures, browsing the shops, people watching . .. Especially intriguing were the beautiful Morano glasses - we thought some of them would be just perfect for ...
... much energy! As we arrived back at St Marks Square, we looked at the sky and saw a large dark weather front approaching! Many of the souvenir stall holders had seen it too and were madly packing away the goods on their carts before the rain came. We decided to just grab a takeaway panini and some gelato to eat in our room for tea tonight. The rain fell and the thunderstorm that came with it was the perfect opportunity for us to have a relaxing evening, and an early ...
... as the alleys are full of local and international shops. We find ourselves back at the Rialto Bridge and make our way slowly back to our hotel in the late afternoon. As we are leaving Venice tomorrow, we have an early dinner, and open our balcony doors for the first time, as the air has cooled. The predicted storms roll in with lightning, thunder and rain, and everyone is running for cover. We hear a ...
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By the time we got our sightseeing in the sun was beginning to set over the water. We walked along the water to a park until it was dark. Dark + no map = we have no idea where we were going. It was actually a pretty cool experience just wandering in the small alleys. Sometimes we had to turn around because we reached the water but there was no bridge and other times we had to turn around because of a dead end. It ...