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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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... glass blowing factories and we got a free private water taxi ride to Murano. Met there by Fabio - a very well dressed and good mannered Venetian - who showed us through the place and encouraged us to purchase a fine piece of Murano glass. A snip at AUD$2500 - delivered to Australia, insured, well packed and a great showpiece for the mantle.Good effort Fabio - FAIL !! But the craftsmanship and design of the glassware was stunning. We wish we could have ...
... cars so all transport is over the water via small boats called water buses through the many canals. You can also travel on gondolas, which is probably the more famous way to get around, but it's really expensive to ride in them.
We were set to stay in a room that we'd secured through the airbnb website. I'd been in touch with the host throughout the day, updating him on our arrival time. I'd originally let him know we'd be getting there at about 7pm but let him ...
... with the use of the map we begrudgingly bought we arrived. It was beautiful, the sun was setting and the clouds looked great. We sat and listened to the bands play, violin and some great Italian singing. Then it was time to find a loo! But no, all the public loos close at 7pm. It was 7.30. So we had to buy a beer so I could use the loo... Clever marketing I guess. It took us a while to get back to the bus station, venice is literally a maze and all ...
... we dropped everything and waited for David and Blaze to find the camera. We went to go drop off our luggage to our less sketchy hotel, and it was only a little less sketchy then the other one. I had to carry all my luggage up the stairs, like the first day in Rome, and when I got up to the flight I THOUGHT I was gonna stay in, Blaze said someone needed to room with Hannah, so I decided to go with her. We had to go up two ...
... we woke up at 6 am Monday morning to make it to the airport.
This trip has been an amazing time with my family, especially being able to see Evaleen and where she lives. I think we all said that Cinque Terre was our favorite stop of the whole trip and we wished we could've stayed there longer. I don't want to head back to the states but at the same time I do so I can start planning another trip...Oktoberfest next year ...