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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAntico Panada Venice
So close to the main square you could spit on it. Tidy rooms with everything you need, including window out to the street. A rabbit warren to get about, but no big deal.
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... the temp is a massive 18 Celsius. How can it possibly be this warm at this time of year??
I pulled over and had a look at the satnav for hotels in the area and got it to take me to a few in the town.
Venice is situated on a island and to get there one has to travel across a kind of long bridge section of about 3km or so. With the hotel I am heading for being in Venice itself I had to go over this long bridge.
The satnav takes me into a rather large ...
Seeing as Venice is more than just 1 island we decided we should explore some of them today. Also decided that we should explore other parts of Venice. Found a different route to the Rialto bridge, possibly slightly longer but much less room for error as far as wrong turns go. Different shops too!
Got ourselves out to St Marks lagoon and walked to the other end of the island where we found the Arsenal and public parks etc. Also walked past a big boat with ...
... otherwise we’ll find ourselves snacking all day which is nice but not good!!
For this evening we ate in the buffet as neither of us had the energy to get ready for dinner. The excitement must have already worn off Heidi and her chums as we did not hear a peep from them all night.
Tomorrow we dock in Split, Croatia where I hear the weather is not looking too good. Ever the optimist it is only weather. Weather can change…unlike our dinner ...
... and saw the wares of lace makers a true Venician tradition. A light lunch then off to explore the shops, Venice reminded me of a huge floating shopping mall specializing in jewelry and merano glass. After strolling through the streets all day, it was time to return home and pack for the trip to Austria. After 6 jam packed days, it was time to leave ...
... moved from place to place.
It always takes time to get anywhere in Venice. Many streets seem to come to a dead end and you have to retrace and find another route to get to your destination. It took us a while to finally find the gondola station at Santa Maria del Giglio. We arrived at the station with 25 minutes to spare, just enough time to get a cool drink at a nearby cafe and cool off. The gondola ride was supposed to start at ...