Albergo Ca' Alvise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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In a dirty city, a clean place to stay
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... taxi through the canals and out to the island. Then to see the demonstration would be great. So we decided to go. We grabbed a quick breakfast in the tiny little breakfast room, packed our belongings to stay checked with the hotel for the day, and asked them to call.
Our water taxi was there within minutes. We boarded the boat and reveled in the sunshine. We could stand in the back of the boat somewhat protected from the wind and the view was incredible. We were ...
... with gorgeous waterways. We made it to the tour and headed off to Murano in a packed boat with a guide speaking so fast she would have made an awesome horseradish commentator ... Murano first up had us shepherded into a waiting glass works. A quick show and then we were routed via the shop. Gorgeous but unpractical for travel. I later found in another small shop a cool fountain pen - score! Next stop was Burano where we were this time ...
... This is an even tinier town of canals and bridges - quite cute. By the time we were on the boat back to San Marcos Square it was starting to get close to sunset so we hopped off on the stop before, and had a pizza and prosecco and watched the sunset at another nice outdoor cafe. By the time we got back to our hotel it was dark and unfortunately time to ...
... It was hammering down but like nothing we have ever been involved with. The wind was howling but the lighting stayed overhead with rain pummeling down and so we got the bags and all our belongings up off the floor and onto the top bunk just incase the entire caravan park flooded, which in all honesty we thought was going to happen. The band in the skies didn’t cease for over an hour and at one stage the wind blew so violently I had to endure the rain to go outside and ...
... place is really beyond description. Stunningly beautiful, sparkling, and detailed gold mosaics cover walls, ceilings, and even part of the pillars. The marble-mosaic floors literally roll like an calm sea's gentle swells. Not all of Venice is as stable as the rest - or perhaps the location of the pillars is the most stable, and hence highest, land? Even though the photos cannot do the place justice, please look through the pictures of St Mark's from yesterday's post as well as this ...