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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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... and vineyards. 2.25pm going through Bologna - home of Marconi, size of Florence Rice fields and irrigation canals of the Po Valley. Continued through the marshes of the Venetian lagoon and across the causeway to the unique city of Venice. Arrived by water at taxi - the bags went on another boat Hotel is on the water but it has a walking path- a bit different to what I'd imagined! The side canals have buildings whose walls go straight into the ...
... the price about doubles if you sit down. That was lunch.
Walked to the Ponte deglie scalzi which wasn't as spectacular as the Rialto, then to the tre ponti, again poor cousins to the other bridges I have seen. Just meandered my way back and found myself at the end of the street I had been living in and bumped into Peter.
Had a Gelato for arvo tea.
Walked towards the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, which has some nice looking, modern, ...
... I don’t think we could really fault anything in Venice, we had beautiful weather, enjoyed great food and gelato, the people were helpful and friendly, and if you got away from the main tourist areas, food was relatively cheap. Venice certainly has a charm to it, even though it was packed with tourists, it was very relaxing just to stroll around. We will definitely come back to Venice, I think we both agreed that we wish we could have spent longer ...
Today we left Ferrara to drive to Venice to drop the car off and board the MSC Armonia for a 7 day cruise around the Greek Isles? Des panicking about driving into Venice but all went weel no thanks to Shane who was in the navigator's seat and was asleep for most of the trip. Returned car, found boat and then it ...
... and instead took the time to walk, eat, be entertained by the street performers and enjoy some of the most glorious crumbling architecture we had ever seen.
I loved Venice and I wouldn't have done it any other way. To rush through Italy in an attempt to see multiple places with only a one or two days at each location does not do these amazing places justice. Take at least 3-4 days (if not more if you are so fortunate) and get a real feel for it. ...