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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Castello Venice
Hotel Castillo is a typical European hotel. It was clean and the breakfast good. Rooms were small but adequate.
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Today we got into Venice Airport at 9:10. Took the long walk with our suitcases to the docks where we boarded a water taxi to Venice. Our hotel is a 5 min walk from the docks where we were dropped off but felt like 30 min with all of our suitcases. By the way when we got to the hotel we found out there was porter service at the docks that we …
... first the went past the island of Lido and told us a bit about this island. It is the only one that allows cars and buses on it, there is also a beach on the other side and was the location of Venice's first airport. When we arrived in Murano we all went inside a glass making factory and watched a demonstration they made a vase and also a little glass horse. Was very impressive and they did it so fast. This company specializes in Chandlers and they had so many different kinds ...
... room. The priority boarding was non existent, which was neither here nor there but I noticed two girls with rucksacks, hanging back in the lounge and then tagging along in last position.
They were, of course, last to board the plane and obviously meant to be. Nobody checked our seat allocation as ...
... thing for the most part).
We ended up back at the apartment where we discovered that we needed to buy tickets all the way down in San Marco (where we had been first thing that morning). Turns out it was a GREAT thing, and our day turned around!
Bob's note: "it wasn't quite that easy. First, Meg's phone was updating and therefore our primary GPS/map (even without wifi the GPS works so that ...
... of Venice. Just like every movie I'd seen; there were canals, bridges, gondolas and boats at every turn. The streets like many of the italian cities we had visited, were beautifully cobbled and again very unfriendly to big suitcases and luggage. Fortunately we were again nice and close to the station, so did not have to walk far, nor cross many bridges with our baggage. Venice itself has over 400 bridges. I'm not sure how many we ended up crossing, but I am sure we crossed ...