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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... amazing! Today we hit Venice....it is still my favourite European city! Checked into our 5 room apartment - that has gondola's going by. Walked around all afternoon, Ty caught another pigeon in Saint Mark's Square (Jeff is horrified and has forbidden him to catch anymore), found a little, VERY busy restaurant for dinner...will update after we eat....appetizers have arrived, always an adventure - ...
... about and doing a bit of shopping.
[ On returning from Burano we walked south toward the Grand Canal and again noticed the crowds getting larger as we neared the canal and the Rialto Bridge, perhaps the most famous bridge in Venice, lined with shops. We were quite tired by then so after a brief look at the bridge we caught a vaporetto back to the Piazzale Roma and returned to the ship for the ...
... with the gondolas. Cruising down the Grand Canal by day is amazing - so busy. Went to islands - Murano with glass shops everywhere. And several have signs saying is genuine and no chinese glass. talking to shop owners and seemingly several of the shops are selling glass that is in fact from China. So hopefully my purchases are the real thing. Also went to Burano which ...
... to the Sala degli Inquisitori (the Inquisitors Room). The beautiful ceiling of the room, decorated by painter Tintoretto during 1566-67, belied its terrible function. The Sala housed the Inquisitori alla Propagazione dei Segreti dello Stato, a shadowy body of three men, founded in 1539, to protect state secrets and sift out any transgressors. These inquisitors for the maintenance of state secrets took objectiveness, competence and efficiency as their ...
... travelers, all with a barrage of questions and needing special instructions for every step of their journey. Frustrated and melting in the heat, we eventually gathered our tickets and loaded the vaporetto to San Marco Square.
The sea breeze against our faces was a welcomed respite from the heat and general dehydration caused by the sun and the Florentine revelry. Once we departed the vaporetto, it was a short haul over a series of bridges into the square. ...