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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... but with a bit of improvisation and the fact that I street viewed the entire walk from the train station to the hostel (thanks for the tip Dad!) , I had a nice walk through suburban Venice and got to the hostel without wasting too much time. This hostel is a campground - plus you can rent a bed in a "bungalow" - I'm sharing a room with two girls, one ...
... St. Marco's Square and I bought a pretty key chain made of Murano glass for a souvenir. It was nice, but very crowded and too expensive. The restaurants wanted to charge an extra $20 because there was music playing in the square! We headed back to our island only a 15 minute boat ride away, and walked along the beach at sunset. I touched the Adriatic Sea for the first time! We then walked out along a pier made of ...
... isn't the end of the cruise for everyone so it will be interesting to see how many people get off tomorrow. The ship will now go to the Greek Islands, Turkey and Istanbul returning to Venice in 2 weeks time.
Surprisingly lots of people are disembarking, but in an orderly fashion. We are off the ship and heading to the water bus by 9.30am..... The sky is dark and ominous but we are optimistic and have dressed lightly. By the time we get to St ...
... the 'Canal Room' as our windows overlook the Rio di Noale. This canal runs from the northeastern coast of the island towards the central Grand Canal; we are about three blocks in. The windows are triple-glazed to cut down the noise of the passing motorized boats, which it does to a comfortable extent. At this time of night, though, there is no traffic, so we fall asleep to just the gentle watery slaps and gloops of the quiet Venetian thoroughfare beneath ...
... the mountain I hopped on a train to Venice. Venice really lived up to my expectations. The charm of every street being like a back alley (minus the feeling of impending muggings), the rustic buildings lining canals, and gelato shops everywhere(!!) combined for a great experience. I tended to spend my days visiting the islands of Murano and Burano, famous for glass blowing and silk respectively, after seeing the basilica in St. Marks Square. Helpful tip - if you check your ...