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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCa' Priuli Venice
We got lost on our way from St Marks square and could not believe our luck as an employee of Ca' Priuli asked us where we were going! While checking in we were casually informed that our standard room was upgraded for a suite with a waterfront balcony! The best start anybody could have hoped for.
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... Marco Square and even to the Island of Murano. It was a great way to view Venice from the water... I am not sure what we enjoyed most about Venice...the (finally) sunny, warm weather, being on the water (even if once it was on a crowded Valporetto) or the handsome Gondoliers (that's me speaking...not Luigi ;-) but we loved our two days exploring in Venice. We are repacking and heading for the hills of Umbria and ...
... where is the opposite direction? That one? That one? Or that one? A sense of doom falls over us then laughter and more laughter as we both realise we are as bad as each when it comes to directions! Haha. So in desperate times we turn to Suri who doesn't pronounce the streets very at all and acording to google you shouldn't rely on Suri to get you around Venice as you will just get lost! We did rely on Suri as she had a lot more knowledge than us and also by ...
... obvious was the complete melting pot of peoples. There were tour groups operating in every language. The most difficult were the Russian and the Chinese who have no respect for queues or for anyone else's rights to look and take photos. The cathedral of St Mark is the resting place of St Mark the Apostle. Unlike most of his ancient era, he is not buried in a crypt, but lies instead beneath the main alter. This is because of the high water table in Venice. The cathedral ...
... different countries. When we got back to the hostel for a nap, we met a couple in their mid 60s who invited us for some wine. They spoke French with some broken Spanish so communicating was difficult. Because there was wine involved, it worked out for the better. They reiterated that what we are doing is perfect because they aren't able to move around Venice the way we can at their age.
We will keeping living in the moment and loving each and every day like it is our ...
... our way back to St Mark's Square to meet the rest of the family for dinner, and on the way we stopped to say hello to and pat another gorgeous beagle ❤️ After dinner we walked around the streets with Amy and Duane where we found a lovely old stationery shop. Alex and I bought an original engraved print and had it framed. To end the night we ate gelato by the Rialto bridge waterfront before catching the vaporetto back to the ...