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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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... Nereo Costantini and for some reason everybody likes the right breast of Juliet not the left one. No the right one. Don't ask me why, because I don't know. Probably some kind of fool started a story that it is good for your chances in love or something. There is also a big iron gate where you see hundreds, may be even thousands of little locks. They are hung up there by loved one to "lock" their love for each other some how.
... week! Viviana came to rescue us and another incredible day lay ahead. We hopped into a water taxi and enjoyed the sunshiny day (AGAIN!! We have been so lucky!) as we travelled to the island of Murano famous for it’s works in glass. As we travelled, Viviana educated us on the history of Vienna and how the islands and the city became what they are today. Stories of people leaving one island and moving to what is now Venice bringing their ...
... 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 ...
... district of Canneragio. You can walk there from most areas but if you have a big luggage you may choose to take the vaporetto. It cost 7€ for a 20min trip from San Marco square so we walked from there with our backpacks which wasn't too heavy.
Travelling by train in italy in by far one of the best I had so far, in terms of the ease of purchasing the tickets and finding your train. I bought the tickets online in advance which is much cheaper than buying at ...
... back near St Marks Square so we walked along the main canal away from the crowds and walked through some markets and a lovely street lined with autumn trees with orange leaves. We walked as far as we could to the south of the island before catching the ferry back to Lido for a siesta. The ferries were always packed no matter what time of day we caught them and were squished against people despite them running every 10 mins. After a quick rest we caught the ferry to the north ...