Ca' del Moro Foresteria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Seeing as Venice is more than just 1 island we decided we should explore some of them today. Also decided that we should explore other parts of Venice. Found a different route to the Rialto bridge, possibly slightly longer but much less room for error as far as wrong turns go. Different shops too!
Got ourselves out to St Marks lagoon and walked to the other end of the island where we found the Arsenal and public parks etc. Also walked past a big boat with ...
... door. Well, of course we could not find this white door for the life of us. We finally found an Italian man who confirmed that we were at the right building but couldnt understand why the keys we had wouldnt open the apartment we were assigned to (it also didnt have a white door). The man then called the hotel for us and they very quickly sent someone over to help us. Apparently, the door was just recently painted black and it ...
... statues of the Mori, or Moors, much more fascinating. Apparently, representing the merchant brothers from the easy the three statues stand proud in eastern attire on the corners of the small square. If you follow the building round until you come out at the church of the Madonna dell' Orto, impressive in itself you see more eastern references to the brothers with a base relief of a merchant and camel. The cornerstone of the balcony was taken from a ...
... off to the train station. We ended up missing our train because there was a regatta race on the canals and the public transport was slower than usual. Lucky for us there was another train in an hour and it was no problem to reuse our ticket for that. On the way to Cinque Terre we had two transfers. If I remember correctly, we actually missed another train in Pisa I think, and had to wait again. Lol. We did that a lot on this trip. Lucky for us, the next train is never to far ...
... photos, you'll see one indicating there is this dial that moves (at either abutment), which is discussed in some detail here: http://happypontist.blogspot.ch/2010/10 /venice-bridges-4-ponte-della.html.
After walking over and examining the details we got on Vaporetto #1 and headed to La Biennale. The #1 travels through the Grand Canal. Along the way we saw the intricate facades of the mansions that line the waterfront. Apparently, all the wealthy families that built along ...