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We stayed in May 2003. Please be advised that if you do not get one of their remodeled rooms, you are in fo a horrible experience. The new rooms are ok, just plain ok. The staff is not friendly at all. The noise is quite intense, however the new rooms have a/c and sound proof windows. The location is terrible. For the same monies, there are better alternatives/choices
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I booked a party of 13 art school students for 3 nights in February 2003. We were offered a very reasonable rate through an agency but were slightly concerned because it seemed so cheap. We had no reason to be worried - the rooms were a good size and well furnished. All had large tiled bathrooms and most of us had views onto the canal. The inclusive hot buffet breakfast had a good choice of hot food and also a cold buffet. But what puts this hotel into the excellent category was the level of service from the reception staff. Without exception they were friendly, polite and helpful beyond belief. They made several phone calls for us since none of us spoke Italian, and enabled us to make visits that otherwise would have been impossible, including printing out directions. I have never encountered such brilliant staff in a hotel.
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Pre Blog Wake up and another free day to explore, maybe the Rialto Bridge, or maybe even a water trip to one of the islands ? In the evening we have joined our favourite company Intrepid on a Food and Wine extravaganza - a three hour walk around the less well known parts of Venice, eating and drinking our way around lots of bars and restaurants. …
Friday, August 23rd, 2013
Depart Venice- Lazy Day at Sea
Jason and I had the best night of sleep we have ever had. We might have slept our day away without the assistance of the loud speaker over our bed forcing us to attend a safety exercise. It's times like this that I wish I was an electrician or could carry scissors on the plane. I was tempted to use my teeth to cut the speaker wire. How rude of the ...
... Trattoria Casa Mia, for some scrumptious pizza.
After lunch, we rejoin Luisella at the appointed time and place. For the remainder of our tour we are on foot, concentrating on Sestiere San Polo, the smallest and oldest of Venice's six districts. We start at the foot of the world famous Rialto Bridge. This imposing stone structure, built in 1588, is lined with tourist-packed shops and links the San Polo district with ...
... of his heritage and loves his job. He was very talkative discussing everything from the history of the city to regional politics. We all enjoyed the ride and consider this to be an appropriate way to end our stay in Venice . After the ride we went to a restaurant located on the canal for another fantastic meal. Tomorrow we end another chapter on this trip and begin our ...
A little more walking, and then we went back to the hotel to rest for a little while. We went back out to get some sodas and snacks. Because it was raining, I was doubtful that we would be able to take a Gondola ride. Fortunately, it cleared up just before sunset, and we went out in search of a Gondola. We found one by the Rialto, and before we boarded, I was able to get us a bottle of wine from ...