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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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... urine on their hair so it could get lighter. That was a "fun fact" you can say.
Saint Mark's square was incredible. Although I could do without all those pigeons and all those merchant's trying to sell you selfie sticks. I never knew about the soldiers on the bell towers that ring the bells every hour. That was pretty cool.
... see the ground crew closing the door to the plane. At this point I have my very first ever fear of getting on a plane. Venice is marvellous. Venice is me. Venice is better than Paris! Venice has surprised me in five minutes. Venice is crowded but not. It's the water and arriving by speed boat that did it. Took me back to conjola daddy! We came in by private speed boat and so glad we did. ...
... morning we have to catch a vaporetto at 8.30am, with one suitcase and one overnight bag, collect our two large cases from storage, catch a bus to Marco Polo Airport, be on the 11.45am Aer Lingus flight to Dublin, collect a car and drive across to Galway, where we'll be staying for a few days. Plenty of potential for mishap there I'm thinking.
PS it is very quiet here in Venice, with no cars or motorbikes roaring up and down the streets.
From Switzerland we drove to Venice then we had to park our car in a car park because no cars are allowed in the city. In Venice, there is a boat/ bus system so we took a ride on that and got to our stop. From there, we went up and down twisty narrow alleyways and finally got to our hotel which did not look that great from the outside, but was very nice from the inside with a view of one of the many canals that are ...
... lion being a symbol of St Marks, until they saw them all over San Marco (St. Mark's) Square.
After lunch we decided to check out Venice's beach. (http://www.veniceconnected.com/content /lido-di-venezias-beaches). We didn't have swimsuits, but all we wanted was to stick our feet in the Adriatic Sea. It was really nice and warm. I would've LOVED to stay all evening, but I guess I can wait until we have a few beach days in Spain.