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... I say. I moved on to Palazzo Ducale. Somehow I managed to miss it when I was in San Marco's piazza the other day. I don't know how because its right next to the Piazza. The palazzo was home to the Doges of Venice. It was built in the 1400's. In true italian style it was grandiose. As I walked into the palazzo I entered a huge courtyard with two wells. The guide from the night tour had explained that only the very wealthy could afford enough room to have one well, this place had ...
... cruise along the Grande Canal, churches and little squares dotted along the way all in various states of condition....it's quite expensive to buy property in Venice as a lot of restoration is required...many of their foundations are rotting away and upkeep is expensive. You can see water in most of the buildings ground floors and people live in the upper levels. Late in the afternoon we decided on a gondola ride,,again at €80 for about 30 mins...but how can you not do it ...
... On our way home we stopped off at the local co-op (grocery store) for a cheaper and not worth reporting (sorry foodies) supper. We did, however, find a delicious bakery that had meringues of every colour! We chose the pink, strawberry flavoured one and it was divine! (Emma and Lauren - you would love it...it tasted just like cotton candy!). We found a bar two streets from our house that serves 2.50€ ...
... when the train decided after an hour and a quarter that it could go no further. after some alarming baning and some odd noises the train decied that backwards was an option but only 10 metres at a time then a 10 minute rest was needed before it tried again. This was very alarming as we only had 1hr 27 minutes between trains at Innsbruck where we had to change onto the italian rail serivce. Finally the train got back to the staion it ...
... but across the lagoon on Lido. She told us that most elderly people move out of the city because, to preserve the antiquity of the buildings, elevators cannot be installed. Stair climbing drives the seniors away.
At the end of her tour she recommended that we return to the market where, for €8, we could get a plate full of fried seafood and a glass of wine for lunch. She said it was a very Venetian thing to do, so how could we refuse?
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Historical Traveler Reviews A Tribute To Music Venice
Great value for money
This was a great find...Venice is an expensive city and this is great value for money. The location is perfect, just a couple of hundred meters from St Mark's square. The room was small but nice. The breakfast is served in the restaurant next door, which I think is ideal as you can sit outside and enjoy the view.
Best Value Small Hotel
We spent 7 nights in this very small hotel and had a very good time. The room might be a little small but the furnishings are great the bathroom is great the view is great and so is the location. The lobby is small but it does have an elavator (some don't) and seems to have been recently remodeled.The staff couldn't have been more helpful. This is really a gem that our agent found for us. I recommend this to everyone. I would stay again and again.
Es handelt sich um eine kleine Residenz bzw. kleines Hotel mit 14 Zimmern. Der Eingangsbereich ist sehr klein, genauer gesagt steht dort nur der Empfangstisch und sonst nichts anderes.
Sehr schönes Hotel
Wir haben im März 2006 für vier Nächte für ein Benefizkonzertes im Residenza, Venedig gewohnt. Das Hotel ist sehr schön, sehr sauber und es ist noch fasst alles neu; das Zimmer war im venezianischen Stil eingerichtet und sehr geräumig; dass Badezimmer übrigens auch. Das Personal war freundlich. Das Frühstück wurde im angrenzenden Restaurant serviert und war nicht gerade üppig; ein Croissant, zwei Scheiben Toast mit Butter und Marmelade und jeden Morgen eine Kaffee. Liegt sehr günstig in der Nähe des Markusplatzes und hat einen schönen Ausblick auf den Kanal. Würde auf jeden Fall wieder hinfahren.
A Small Tribute
we stayed for three nights in feb.the location is superb,the view brilliant.The room was alittle small but very clean the bathroom very clean and new. The breakfast arrangement is a little poor you have to go next door. I understand they are to create a breakfast room within the hotel,but are having some delays with the planning proceedure,sounds like England,however it will be an improvement when its comleted.However the positives at Tribute far outweigh any negatives, excellent value recommended,we will return.
paul & dee woodruff lancashire England
Very nice hotel
We spent four nights in Tribute to Music Residenza, Venice, in March 2006. The Hotel is very nice,very clean, everything it's almost new; the room was furnished in venetian style and was spacious and so it was the bathroom. The staff was friendly; The breakfast was served in a small restaurant nearby and it was not substantial-a croissant and two pieces of toast with butter and jam and also a coffee every morning; very good location near St. Marco Square, nice channel view.Good price. We would definitely stay there again.
This is a small residence/hotel with 14 rooms. The public area of the hotel is quite small and actually there is only the reception desk and no more than that.
Like others have said its not obvious where it is tucked away behind the souvenir shop but its wonderful once you find it.
Sitting in the bath and watching the vaporetta's bringing the people to Venice each day must be one of the best bathroom experiences to be had.
The rooms are all beautifully decorated and very clean. Staff very helpful.
Very close to San Marco and all the vaporetta stops.
Am going back again in February and can't wait to wake up to see that wonderful view once again.
Very good value for money in an expensive city like Venice.
We stayed at this hotel at the beginning of September 2005 to celebrate our wedding anniversary. The position was wonderful, on the Grand Canal , 5 minutes walk to San Marco Square. It is somewhat difficult to locate as it is 4 floors of rooms above a sovenier shop with no sign outside and you do have to make a note of the number of the building, which is: 4127. This Residensa was opened in March 2005, so everything is fresh and new inside, decorated in venetian style. There is a small reception just inside, who are extremely helpful. Beakfast is at the restaurant to the left on the prom. No restaurant or bar inside just B&B. The rooms are lovely, we stayed in Vivaldi on the first floor, which overlooked the canal. Paid around 100 Euros a night for a double ensuite, a good deal with a great location!!
Great Value in Venice
Stayed for one night in May 2005. Outside looks a bit shabby (like many Venetian establishments) but hides a nicely renovated interior. Views from the rooms are superb looking out over the lagoon, it's great to stand on the balcony and watch the world go by on the promenade. Just a 5 min walk from St Mark's square. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast is served at the next-door restaurant. The bathroom was lovely. Overall for the E100 we paid I don't think you can get better in Venice.