Hotel Al Codega
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Al Codega Venice
Very nice Hotel. Very accommodating, very friendly . Close to all major venues
Fabulous breakfast buffet
Rooms good size (for Venice and at the excellent price)
Was not too hard to find
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Today we set off to see the islands of Murano and Burano. We took the number 7 Vaporetta to Murano which took about 25 minutes. This island is famous for its glass works. Centuries ago all the glass furnaces were moved out of Venice to Murano in order to protect the city from the threat of fire. The glass masters craft has been honed and perfected …
Sunshine greeted us as we set off for a tour of the Doge's Palace to begin our day. This imposing edifice in the Byzantine style sits right on the harbor, at the entrance to St. Mark's Square. We met about 100 m from the entrance to the palace and proceeded inside with our tour group. Here we learned of the government system under which Venice …
We started our journey from Siena to Venice very early with a 6 a.m. hotel pick up to take us to the train. A smooth trip including a connection in Florence (with time for breakfast), and we were in Venice. Walking out of the train station, one feels transported, like walking into a Cinema Italiano film. This city is unlike anything we have ever …
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Being fairly late we headed off to the Coop to get sum groceries for dinner etc - gee what a mistake, talk about crowded, but we needed food so battled the crowds. Back at the apartment i left Megan cooking up a storm while i went down to the Piazza to check out the evening crowd - our host told us to see the piazza in the evening. On both sides of the piazza there is outdoor dining and in the late afternoon/evening the diners ...
... to the hotel and had dinner at the adjoining restaurant. This was an inspired choice; the food was excellent and very reasonably priced. We had a few drinks (strictly non alcoholic for me, the eternal driver) and very soon it was near 9pm. My lovely little niece was growing tired, not to mention my lovely sister and brother in law. We said our goodbyes, thankfully tear free and left them to their slumber. We were tired too, and we needed our strength for the next days adventuring ...