AD Place Venice
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I stayed at AD Place for 3 nights and found the hotel to be fantastic. Alessandro and his team were wonderful. The hotel is nicely setup and the rooms are quite quirky. Location 4 mins from St Marks and 5 mins from Rialto bridge is fantastic. Great hotel, great location and fantastic value for money. I would definitely stay there when I visit Venice again.
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... Canal, due to environmental concerns. As it gets more crowded on deck we return to our balcony and take a truck load of photos. There are also five other ships in dock, including Celebrity Solistice. We take the People Mover from the port and then onto a Vaporetti for St. Mark's Square. It brings back memories of our being in Venice four years ago. We get tickets to the Doges Palace and the adjacent prison linked by the Bridge of Sighs. We have seen lots of palaces on ...
... WC Encounter
By the time I saw all that I needed a bathroom. Remembering the information in my trusty Rick Steves book, I trekked across the piazza to where I had seen a WC sign. Of course, it was up lots of steps, and then I realized there was a charge 1 and a half euros and exact change was needed. A line of noisy children, moms, dads, and people from all over the world were hollering (not sure about what) and I scrambled around to find ...
... said we had a 45 minute walk ahead of us to make it to Saint Marcos square. The weather was absolutely perfect in Venice, not too warm or too cold... It was probably around 24 degrees (none of us could believe how lucky we were for the weather we had considering it is now the end of October) which was basically perfect for all four of us.
When we walked off the train platform and got to the main road, Venice is everything the movies show you... Busy streets, street ...
... to avoid getting too lost before heading back over the Ponte dell'Academia (yep - I passed by a university...pretty sure I can claim the trip back on tax now). I say "...avoid getting too lost..." as we were told by a lot of people that getting lost in Venice is one of the best things you can do. It's easy to see how you could get lost, but every laneway, dead-end street, narrow alley between buildings has something unique. Today (Sunday) we got up early again and wandered ...
... to complete our European church odyssey. I think now we have seen just about all of the famous churches of Italy. This one was really beautiful though – the entire inside was covered in gold mosaic and was unlike any other church we had seen from that respect. However the experience of being in there was a bit of a let-down – you were essentially on a production line, only allowed to walk through on a certain path with a maximum ...