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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- 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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... in a rabbit warren like Venice it would be most unlikely, then we chanced on a nice outdoor restaurant we’d eaten in in 2004 so by that time I was okay, Pete had been very patient, and we had a pleasant evening meal despite the muddle. We did laugh though, Pete ordered ‘fish soup with croutons’ and it came piled high with shellfish so he had to laboriously pick out all the meat….. and that’s something he really ...
... abit like a food bowl, vegies and apple trees for km after km) to Schlossoff Camp on the Austrian/Italian border. Serious travelling to Friedberg - glad to get off the Austrian motorways (they are packed with trucks and the lanes are very narrow!) and onto the German roads which are wider and alot like home. Handed in the vehicles, poor old Ben got hit 700euro for a scratch along the side of his! Off to Frankfurt Airport to fly out to ...
The train from Munich to Venice was 7 hours, deathly to undergo with my other 3 stooges, but also one of the highlights of the trip. The scenery was breathtaking with castles every other minute, snowy mountains, and as we entered Italy there were vineyards as far as the eye could see. We walked over a kilometre to our hotel, over and down too many bridges to count (surprise, Venice really is a bunch of islands)! We rewarded ourselves with a gondola ride at sunset, which ...
... sunshine, nonetheless. The island is nicely relaxed and quite a contrast to the hurly-burly human traffic of Venezia. We strolled around the island pausing at the tourist shops selling a multitude of glass items, some fantastically glamorous and expensive, others cheap and tacky. We reached the museum alongside one of the canals and ambled around. It is odd that video presentations of the glass making process are far more interesting than static pictures and displays. We ...
Our last day in Venice was a fun one. First we took a Veperrada (boat) through the canals to the other side of the island. Then once again we got to walk around the city starting at Saint Marks and hitting a few museums along the way, such as the Doge Palace. This was really cool to see because it not only had extravagant rooms but amazing dungeons underneath ...