Albergo Ristorante Al Giardinetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We arrived at the castle we were staying at. Dinner was fantastic, I had seconds. We were staying in Rhine Valley for only one night so five of us went exploring after dinner. We walked the whole town in 10 mins. It was basically two blocks, one in each direction from the end of the stairs from the castle. I was the one to notice how creepy the place was. There was a scarecrow sitting at a window table facing out in ...
... fizzy pieces and these mini merigne tasting sweets. Then I chse vanilla for the flavour, milk chocolate for the coating and white chocolat for the drizzle. It was amazingly delicious! Once we ate this amazing ice cream we headed off to a vaporeto stop where we caught a boat to Giudecca which is a part of Venice that is on the other side of the lagoon. When we got there we just basically explored as usual and wondered here and there to different ...
... off for another look at Basilica San Marco. It was free to enter but once we were inside, any of the more interesting parts involved payment for admission. The floor consisted of incredibly intricate mosaic patterns made from tiny marble tiles. The ceiling, high and vaulted, was painted and included a lot of gold. The pulpits were high and very imposing. We tried to imagine priests thundering hellfire and damnation from them hundreds of years ago whilst the congregation cowered on ...
Arrived into Venice covered in fog. From our balcony you couldn't see anything but it lifted fairly quickly and it turned out to be a lovely day. Our tour today was an introduction to Venice. We took a boat to St Marks square and our tour guide took us through the basilica and then through Doges palace. Both buildings very impressive. The square had water through it as it was high tide. Our tour guide was very impressive. Quite entertaining and kept ...
... how people's homes look....but our hotel, as I've mentioned, is immaculate and gorgeous. But the hotel building, on the outside, while in better shape than most buildings, is not ornate or showy....in fact, most buildings appear to be ready to fall down! There is renovation going on, obviously, because our hotel has been renovated, but they tend to leave the outside sort of shabby chic....or maybe they go to great pains to make it look that way!
The water of the canals, which is, ...