Hotel Dei Dragomanni
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Seemed like a short night; but sleeping in a bed was much better than trying to sleep in the plane (which we didn't do too well at all).
Today was our day to explore Murano, Burano and more of Venice. Caught a water taxi again to take us to the island of Murano--the glass island . Took a brief tour through a glass factory where one the "artists" demonstrated how to form a horse out of hot molten glass. ...
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We have since looked at the Trattorias website and read reviews, which found the food good but the list of extra things that appeared on the bill spoilt the night for those writing. I am glad we have become old enough and grumpy enough not to be intimidated into paying through the nose ...
... charms. We found a quiet little cafe by the river where we enjoyed and flat bread panini in the sun. The weather was very kind to us during our time in Italy, you couldn't say we had a single bad day. After lunch we hopped back on the boat and headed back to Venice for some exploring and shopping. We stumbled across an amazing Venetian mask store where we spent at least an hour or so trying on and buying some amazing authentic masks. The owner was lovely and showed us how his ...
... eventually arrive at the lower floors where the prisoners and slaves' cells were found. Crossing the Bridge of Sighs, we peer through the heavily barred windows to the canal below. The Basilica is under renovation and much of the exterior is covered in scaffolding and wrapped in plastic. However, the interior is enormous, and one can only imagine how beautiful a ...
... terms of sheer annoyance are middle-class kids from good backgrounds who spend a couple of years trying to rebel against daddy and being painfully boring and predictable in the process. I had to buy some glue to stick the soles of my boots back together so I made out that it would be a complicated process and dived into a shoe shop, leaving her to walk on alone.
Venice is connected to the mainland by a long straight road and rail bridge. The last stop on the ...