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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After 36 hours, the shine of travel had sort of worn off. But then Venice arrived. After a wild old ride in a water taxi through the canals to the Rialto bridge, a quick wander down to the hotel,a serious getting lost, and a celebratory 'getting found' dinner under afore mentioned bridge, tasty old beer and ...
... Now the first problem is that they all look the same (cafes, shops, some banks, some larger squares, opera houses, museums) so like everyone else we just got lost (only the local posties are supposed to know the weird numbering and naming system for each address so how would we have a chance. Answer, maps With Me on my phone which at least gave us our location and a general direction to move to get to the water bus stops.
After a spot of lunch (pasta, what else? ...
... they would help I rang the bell and out came a young very pretty police woman. God only knows what she was thinking, heres me scruffy as hell two suitcases and two other bags, she must have overcome her suspicions and answered the door, better still she spoke English, with a little arm waving and finger pointing I was able to explain I was lost and could she help me find my hotel, wait here I was told I will look it up on the computer, three minutes later ...
... Luisella explain everything made it that much better. The 3 hours went so fast!! After we all went our separate ways I wandered around the courtyard for a bit and then saw that the queue for The Campanile (bell tower) wasn't very long so I decided I would go up that today as well. It was about 18:00 and it closed at 19:00 so it was perfect timing. Only had to wait about 5 minutes to catch the lift to the top. There was no way that I would ...
Today we arrived in port in Venice and decided to explore on our own with another couple we met on the cruise rather than book and excursion. The old town of Venice is a very unique city surrounded by water with only two forms of transportation, by boat or by foot. It's filled with narrow pathways and alleys filled with shops, most of which are selling glassware or masquerade masks. We ventured to San Marcos's square and toured ...