Bel Sito E Berlino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- High-speed internet in room
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TripAdvisor Reviews Bel Sito E Berlino Venice
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... a fantastic tiring day. Night night. X Bobby Imagine having a pizza and a side of chips but put that together and you get what I had tonight for tea. After a boiling hot day at the beach to a chip topped pizza a epic day for me (especially the pizza!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) I became a mud man in making a pyramid out of sand but in the end me and Charlotte just ended out making a big hole!!!!!! Daddy Today we did the beach and then we did the sea. ...
... is quite a lengthy process that involves lots of queuing. We finally got aboard about 2.30 and then we found our cabin and had a bit of an explore around the ship. There is no map so it's not that easy finding where everything is. We found the pool first, then had a drink in the bar, went to a presentation about the excursions ...
... illustrations on the wals and ceilings as well,of saints and religious motiffs, but the shiny walls are hard to look past. It was very unlike any of the other basilicas that we have been in, though just as flashy. That afternoon we took a boat tour to the island Marano, Burano and Torcello. It was a great way to spend the afternoon! We saw glass blowing on Marano, fisherman's houses and lace making on Burano, and walked through a nearly dessserted town ...
We headed in to Venice by boat, down the Grand Canal which was busy and colourful. Lots of water taxis and water buses and two huge P & O liners. We went past Elton John's home plus many other beautiful homes owned by the rich and famous. Then it was a walk over the four bridges into St. Marks Square. This is said to have been called " the drawing room of Europe" by Napoleon. ...
... to describe what it looks like. Everyone has either been here, or seen it in a dozen movies and TV shows. It is definitely visually cool, with its winding alleys and bridges connecting 170 separate islands among buildings that haven't really changed in 800 years. It is literally decaying into the Adriatic Sea, and one of most obvious places that fears rising ocean levels. High tides already flood the streets occasionally. It also has no cars, it is ...