Casa Nicolo Priuli
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... intimate view of the city and could really appreciate the beauty of the buildings. It was nice to feel a bit more like a local, travelling by boat! Although it wasn't a cheap thing to do, the gondola ride was my favourite part of the whole trip to Venice and something I will remember forever.
After our gondola ride we grabbed some lunch at a waterside restaurant, and then booked ourselves onto a boat tour of three of the other ...
... there is a whole ancient city under Istanbul, but you must take a select tour to have access to these ruins. Next we walked to Hagia Sophia, a massive Byzantine building which was a Church and then a Mosque and is now a museum which is being restored to its former glory. The Sultans were crowned here. We then walked down a large oblong which was once a Roman Hippodrome where they had chariot racing. Two obelisks remain, which were once the centre ...
... Al would love this!
Lunch over we still have time for more shopping. Susan buys lots of gifts and is really crossing items of her Xmas gift list and I buy an inexpensive but very pretty watch. We decide to walk back to the dock as we do not want to miss the ferry. We get lucky, it is the fast ferry and we zip back to St Mark's. Our luck has now run out, the lineup for the next ferry is massive. Finally home we rest up before dinner, our last night out in Venice.
... driver let us off at the gate which was locked at night to keep the Jews from going out at night. Of course the only Jews let out at night were doctors for the sick Venetians. Go figure. We explored the Ghetto and then decided that we would get something to eat. There are Kosher restaurants in the Ghetto as this is still an area inhabited by Jews till this day. We found a nice restaurant and had the ...
... sinking in the area we think.) I showed it to Mer and said, "wouldn't that be fun?". She asked how cheap it would have to get before we would just go, we talked it over and set our price. Then it dropped again and again until the deal was too good to pass up. Airfare to get there was more than twice the cost of the cruise itself. So, we started doing the math and figuring how much time we could afford on either side of the cruise. And so, our trip was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed