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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... called Horizon Bistro while the 2nd half remains traditionally ‘Horizon Court’. With plates of lovely food in hand, Roisin peered to the right and stopped. Simultaneously, a waiter looked up. His eyes widened and immediately grabbing Roisin gave her a warm friendly ‘cheek to cheek’ welcome and turning to me gave a hearty, manly handshake.
‘Ciao. I have been expecting you’, said the waiter in his perfect English with ...
... seemed like everyone was getting off so we got off and discovered we had to catch a different water taxi back to San Marco and then catch a number 1 water taxi back to the area where the bus was. It took about 2 hours since we left Burano so it was just as well we didn't leave any later. We caught the number 2 bus back to the train station but it was really full and it was standing room only on the bus. Falling in love with Venice already. ...
... meant they allowed no reclining of the seats until everyone had finished eating. We'd had dinner before the flight and, being the middle of the night, I had no desire to eat a chicken dinner. Finally, around 2:30 maybe, the cabin lights went out and we were able to get a few hours sleep. The TravelMate memory foam neck pillow I bought off of Amazon was more comfortable than any neck pillow I've ever used before. ...
We arrived at customs to get a permit that will allow us on the Venetian soil. It costed around 200euro for our bus, but that was included in our expenses. We arrived at the fairy that would take us across. We disembarked the bus and walk a short way to the waters edge. In the distance we could see the Venice island. We started taking photos straight away. The boat ride took around 20 mins and after that got off in the centre of town. We had ...
... get off of, but I had no other option as their shuttle buses did not run late at night. I finally arrived at PLUS Camping Jolly at 00:30, where the music was pumping out of the on site bar, and everyone was drunk! Moustafa the friendly security guard showed me to my tent. Now when I say tent. It was like a mini-marquee; big enough to fit a bunkbed and another single bed. We had lighting and power, and the best thing? It was so chilly at night that you needed ...