Ca' San Polo
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- TV NTV World Russia
- Russian TV Channels Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Ca' San Polo Venice
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... it wasn't long before we found another route and were on our way home. We found many raised platforms along the way but even more idiots thinking it was one way traffic. David got tired of saying excuse me and being the one having to totally give way as others waltzed down the centre so he just started holding his ground as he walked and colliding with people who didn't keep to one side.
We finally made it home and had to set up the hangers with ...
Not much happening today.
An early morning trip the the pharmacy, got the flu, they have good stuff here, lots of drugs over the counter that not available at home.
Decided I wasn't being careful enough with germs so out comes the wipes, so many people here from all over the world, their germs too.
I guess that doesn't explain my first trip to the pharmacy though, jammed ...
... br> So - we wandered. We found a bookstore I wanted to see (stairs made of books! gondolas filled with books! chairs by the canal!). We got lost, taking turns deciding which way to go. We ended up at another church - Santa Maria Assunta - that was free to enter (and only had about a half dozen people inside - and it was quiet!). Turns out the way this church was built and designed was unique to Venice, with ...
... of the canals we were serenadeed by musicians,fantastic! After some delicious pizza it was time to board a private water taxi to travel the length of the Grand Canal to St Marks square to our reserved seats outside a famous Venetian cafe. We enjoyed a cocktail in front of a live orchestra. It was beautiful returning to our hotel at 10pm with all the city lights.
Today we went back to St Mark's Square, walked over the Rialto Bridge and saw the hustle and bustle of the ...
... was there. Figured it might look a little pathetic to go for a gondola ride by myself. So instead I got lost a lot, but ya know...not all who wander all "lost," so I was perfectly content trying to get through all the little alleyways and bridges and navigate through the city without a map. I've become pretty damn good at that! I finally found a place to sit and have lunch (octopus, of course) and some wine, wandered some more and found gelato ...