Alfa Fiera Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had a wonderful time in Venice today including Mass in the "catacombs" of St Mark's, a fun, long stroll to the Rialto Bridge, lunch in a charming cubby upstairs in a bakery and a gondola ride. Hoping to add pictures tomorrow and you will see that we are dressed like Eskimos. It was really cold. We just finished a delicious five course dinner and are bundling up again to go into the town square for New Year's Eve fireworks. Out Fitbits tell us that we walked over 4 miles today ... So ...
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... breath away! We have learned that public bathrooms are few and far between, so, given that breakfast was a long time before, we cappuccino'ed with croissant on the Piazza San Marco and availed ourselves of the facilities, ready to wander the piazza again. We were approached by a man from the council (which council I'm not sure) and given some tickets to a glass factory on the island of Murano - by now, I'm sure you're wondering if this was some kind ...
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