Viktoria Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsViktoria Palace Hotel Lido di Venezia
We are at the Viktoria Palace for 2 nights. It has a rustic charm and is set on the far side of the Grand Canal, a short ferry ride from Venice.
Breakfast was only average (by Trafalgar standards) and the restaurant was not open on the second night.
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... our day. What a ******n bad day.
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Alas, were going back to the good old USA tomorrow. Our wakeup call is 3:30 a.m. Hopefully, we’ll sleep on the plane.
Sorry the description of the photos is so generic but the internet is very spotty right now and I wanted to get this entry in before we leave.