Hotel Byron Bellavista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Mars and Neptune at the top of the stairs and not because it's huge (even though it is). Mars and Neptune represent Venice's power by land and sea. We then headed down into the Pozzi, the cells whose name means wells. The Pozzi were very small, stone cells that were about 3m x 4m in size and that held 10 prisoners. You can imagine that they would have been damp and humid because at high tide they are below the waterline of the canal that runs beside ...
Oh my it's been so long, we have been so busy, but I want to let you know all the places we've been and the things we've seen, so ill post little blogs on the places we've been and things we've seen, it will be brief, but then hopefully you'll see the places we've travelled to since I last posted a blog. For mid term break which finished on Friday 25th October, we decided to go on a cruise ship. How ...
What a beautiful city! Even crowded with tourists, the relaxing pace and the echoing sounds of Venice are endearing and different than all other cities. An intriguing city that is hard to master. Most tourists leave for accommodations on the mainland during the evening, so the night time in Venice is well-lit and romantic. A perfect time for a gelato stroll. We toured the inner alleys with a guide in the morning and witnessed the creation of ...
... we went. The free maps of venice are terrible. They outline the streets, but only every 7th street is actually outlined.
Today, we walked more southeast toward the southern coast of the main island. We found some interesting shops and eventually wound our way back to St. Mark's square. While there, we visited Doge’s palace. This had exhibitions of the court cases and rooms in which they were held there. It was ...
... narrow passageways.
You've just got to forget about the cost (which is difficult for me as an accountant). No romantic trip to Venice would be complete without a Gondola ride. It was undoubtedly the highlight of the trip. What impressed me most was how our gondolier guided the gondola effortlessly around the narrow, congested canals without the slightest bump into the other boats or the canal wall. He told us that he'd been ...