Corte Dei Greci Hotel
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... gondolas are manufactured or repared when damaged.
Strada – a major and broad street that is actually single in Venice (Strada Nova, located in the sestiere of Cannaregio).
Stretto – italian word for narrow refering to narrow passages between bigger streets.
Sottoportego – alleyway that pass under buildings towards other calle or campo.
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... Francis I would stay there until 1815.
In 1866, after Venice became part of unified Italy, the palace passed to the House of Savoy. In 1919, Victor Emmanuel III, king of Italy, handed it over to the State for use by the Ministry of Education. In 1920, part of the building was used to house the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, and then in 1922 another area became home to the Museo Correr. This is another palatial home that is absolutely beautiful.
... the four of us spent the remainder of the evening playing cards together and chatting about each other's travels. The adventure has just begun and I cannot wait for what's to come. The following morning Abby and I visited the main cathedral in San Marco square. The ceilings were decorated so vividly with intricate mosaic images, which depicted religious scenes in such detail. There was gold everywhere, with each mosaic tile containing 24 carot gold leaf! ...
Well, tonight is our last night in Venice before we board our cruise ship tomorrow until the 14th. We will be away from the internet during this time and may at some point find a connection to update people - but most likely, nobody will be updated until then.
As for Venice, it's been good but we are excited for the rest of our trip. We managed to escape a lot of the tourist traps, like the tourist menu (obviously), the wrong types of ...
... taxi water ride made 9 stops before our drop off point. It took about one hour to get there.
Jody was quite proud of this next leg in our adventure: Street navigation to the hotel: She had all the maps and walking routes pre-printed to finding our hotel in Venice from the water taxi drop off point. It was a short 10 minute walk where we twisted and turned left, then right a few times, left again - all ...