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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Adriatico Venice
Great hotel, good location, friendly staff, decent breakfast and a good wifi connection.
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Another day of trains! This morning we had to check out of our guesthouse at 11am but our train wasn't until 12.45pm so we decided to get a slightly earlier one so we didn't have to sit in the street for so long! It took quite a while to get to the bottom of the steps with all my bags but I …
... meal sitting outside next to the Teatro or theatre, watching the cruise ship tours go by. Lyn had excellent Tuscan bean soup and a had a pizza with the world's most expensive basil; i paid 2 euro's more to have basil on my Margharita pizza........2 torn up basil leaves!
After lunch we eventually found the Accademia Bridge across the canal to where my shop was. The shop is for the designers Marina and Sussana Sent who are regarded as the best glass jewellers ...
... There are only Boats, no cars. We found our house with the Camel engraved on it, and rested. That evening we ate some dinner, then we started watching a movie, but the sound didn't work! I forgot to tell you There was a big storm right when we got in! There were soldiers of lightning coming down! So back to the movie, we got a different ...
Apparently only about 30 people now live on Torcello, but it seemed to be party central today, with three different wedding parties at different venues along the single paved pathway. And they all seemed to be having a VERY good time!
We came back to Venice via Burano and the Lido once again, and changed to the most crowded vaporetto to come back down the Grand Canal yet. I was wondering whether were going to be able to ...
... building filled with wonderful, and often huge paintings, intricate woodwork, high ceilings, great views, gold laden ceilings and so forth. Kaela’s favorite part was when we crossed the Bridge of Sighs to view the prisons (where Casanova escaped). Like many of the local attractions, they forbid photos inside, so I settled for pictures from the high windows. I also snuck ...