Quattro Fontane Hotel
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... influence of antiquity, with lions, mythological statues and Greek marble columns. It was the first Renaissance work in Venice (1460). The biggest lion, on the left, used to guard the entrance to the port of Piraeus in Athens.
In its heyday the Arsenale produced two ships a day.
The buildings and production areas retained their original function until the beginning of World War I and were subjected, by reason of ...
... enjoyed the meal and then tried to get lost down some more lane ways and over bridges. We are catching another cruise out of Venice tomorrow for 7 nights down to Greece and Croatia so are going to do a Gondola ride with Rob and Sally and there family after the cruise when we are in Venice for another 2 nights.It had been a very enjoyable nice relaxing day and Venice was certainly finding a place in our ...
... Burano and Torcello islands. We have been to Burano before and loved it as we did this time. Murano was almost like an industrial area with the focus completely on glass making. Torcello is largely uninhabited and only a few people live there.
We did not start our holiday well. We had great flights, stopped over in Singapore and stayed for a sleep in the Transit hotel and a swim in the rooftop pool. ...
... We were keen to re enter St Marks Basilica as we had missed the opportunity to view the famous 4 horses and to also capture the views from the second level. As the queue was quite long throughout the day we went back at 4.40pm and only had to wait 10 minutes before being told inside that the viewing tower closed at 4.45pm!! Damn, where is the sign outside that tells you that, no bloody good once your inside!!! Oh well, as we had an early start to the day we decided to rest up for an hour ...
... related. On “at sea” days we spent the day lounging and reading. There were two “at sea” days in a row however once we left Venice and by the end of the second day things got kind of boring. I wished there had been some port and/or history lectures. Or lectures on any topic for that matter. The ship was made up of a middle aged to older crowd who would, in all likelihood, be interested ...