- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have your shoulders and knees covered while inside. You must also be silent to respect the sanctity of the holy place. (Although the girl laughing and taking smutty pictures with her boyfriend broke every one of the rules and was amazingly disrespectful which angered my Catholic upbringing.) We paid the £3 each to see the treasure and it has things dating back to the 9th century. I say things as it is hard to describe all that they had. Chalices and panels, iconic figures, ...
... their laundry out over the canals to dry. There is a grand canal through the middle, bigger than all the rest, and both locals and tourists alike either have to walk or boat to their destination. Being a girl with a boat named “Andiamo” I found this idea incredibly unique and charming. However my dad would not have appreciated the boatsmanship that occurred. The boats drove entirely to fast through the canals, creating wake and getting too close to each other for ...
... keep touching me and practically sitting on me did not endear her to me. Eventually the issue was resolved and we had somewhere to sleep however as a result we lost an evening of free time.
The next morning we had a free day before meeting with our tour so we decided to head out to a few of the Venetian Islands that weren't included in our itinerary. My first taste of Venice was navigating the canals by water taxi as we headed out to Murano a small island famous for ...
We did finally wander past a 'English’ pub run by a American that was advertising the Newcastle vs Man United game…….I know how could we in Venice…….but regardless we sat in listening to Cypress Hill, watched Newcastle whip Man United’s **** and staggered home at 0100.
The next day we thought we would go to Peggy Guigenheim museum, it was very well presented with art student dotted around to answer questions about the pieces, ...
... far from the train station, and close to piazzas, shops and restaurants. Everything in Venice is crazy expensive, so Bev and I shared a room.
Saturday morning, it was a lovely, sunny day so I got up early and went running through the streets of Venice. It was a great way to get oriented and lost, all at once. It's not easy to run in Venice: there are no long streets, many canals to cross and so after running about 15 minutes, in what I thought ...