Albergo Ristorante Al Giardinetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... where we were going to start a walk in which was in a book we bought. We walked along and read out the information about each place. We then came across this Old a School called Scuole Grande where there was the centre apart of the JTC logo. It was so amazing. We continued on looking here and there at the old Churches, Palaces and schools. One of the Churches we found was called Santa Maria Della Salute ...
... the non tourist parts of Venice and also work out where I would be getting the bus from to take me to the airport on Wednesday. There were 4 cruise ships in - it is certainly a popular docking spot for the cruise ships. Found the Bridge of Sighs today too - I think I will get to explore it tomorrow when at Doge's Palace. We went past the bridge that connects Venice to the mainland - in the fog it looked very eerie. I was going to get off at the train station stop and check ...
... We’re starting to feel that Venice is pretty, but expensive and way too crowded.
Wind forward about twelve hours. We’ve just checked in to the amazing Hotel Abbazia, which is built within the old Monastery of Venice's Discalced Carmelite Friars. Ok, Calle Priuli dei Cavaletti was a wee bit challenging to find, mainly because it is a pedestrian street about two metres ...
... We've had this ongoing project of figuring out how the train works to get from here to Salzburg, Austria. Today, we needed to make sure we had a solution...time is running out!
So, Jack and I headed out this afternoon to find the train station in Venice and purchase our tickets. This was an adventure for two reasons:
1. We had no clue where the bus stop was or what bus to get on (or when to get off)
2. We had no Euro's and ...
... we are more romantic now, but it is more likely that we just have more disposable income, plus two kids who loudly wanted to go on a gondola ride. So around dusk we wandered down to the Rialto and flagged one down, sort of like hailing a cab in New York. We poled up the Grand Canal and then slipped noiselessly into a narrow side passage, where we slid along through the maze of crumbling waterways in this slowly sinking city. As the last of ...