Hotel Ca' Dogaressa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ca' Dogaressa Venice
Great location in Venice. Relatively easy walk from the station with bags. Right on the canal and they set up their breakfast on the edge of the canal. Nice hotel inside it is clean and has cute features. Free internet. Decent price for Venice.
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Today we said goodbye to all our family in Italy. It's always sad to say goodbye because we have grown to love these people so quickly and we don't know when or if we will see them again. We had lunch with the Vendrogno family at an awesome pizza restaurant. The pizzas are super thin with crusty edges and lots of cheese and fresh tomato puree. We …
... telling them they had to pay, despite the sign just inside the door saying free entry so we didn't want to hang around to have her come and grab at us and babble about money.
After we finished here we made for a quick walk back to the apartment, before heading off to Rialto Bridge and Markets. Ponte di Rialto is the oldest bridge across the Grand Canal in Venice as well as being the dividing line between San Marco and San Polo. It is a stone Arch bridge that spans ...
The next morning we slept in a little, then strolled over to the pool to laze away a few hours. Today was to be a different day you see. We were actually collecting my sister, brother in law and little niece from the airport and spending the day with them. Being the high powered, jet setting couple that Beezel and I are, we had declined to meet with the relatives in London and thought it better to catch up in Rome. Well, not really. My sister and co were just flying back ...
... store. I'm sure if it had been offered she would have found a sleeping bag and moved in to the gallery just to be close to the "Masters Works". I found a nice comfortable marble bench in the garden within the internal courtyard and soaked in the sun for a couple of hours...well it felt like a couple of hours. Leave it at the fact that we closed the place at four. Sarah excitedly talked about the art world until she ran out of water to drink, and no I didn't give her any of mine. ...
... front of the white house. Those were the biggest things in the palace. So here is everyone's summary of Venice:
Best Part of Venice Trip
Dad: St. Mark's at Night
Mom: Our cruise up the Grand Canal
Meg: Doge's Palace Prison
Dad: Trying to find change for a 500 euro
Mom: Being given a rose boquet and Daddy being made to have to buy it
Meg: Dad in his sleeping mask and Sergio (no explanation needed there) ...