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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Hotel Airvenice Quarto D'Altino
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... a dead-end. We found ourselves looking at a large canal thinking we knew which one it must be, only to turn around a corner and be several streets away from where we thought! Still, it was lovely to see all the little shops and streets and the Venice-culture!We had said to the staff at the Serena that we would be back for the car about 5 o'clock and knew it was a half hour ride on the bus. So at about 4 o'clock as ...
... non-traveller or layman who has little geographical knowledge would identify with it. First of all,Venice is famous for the gondola. Since the entire city is surrounded by canals (waters deemed toxic due to sewage content) and cars are forbidden on the island, the main method of transport is the gondola. Gondoliers, adorning striped shirts, hats and sometimes an accordion to serenade riders, are Family-owned businesses that are ...
... We checked into the Crowne Plaza in Venice East around 2 pm and had lunch in their restaurant. Gary will post photos of our meals, which were very good. Sherry and I enjoyed hot tea with lemon Bill and Gary drove into Venice to return the rental car, and took the train back to the hotel. Something of an adventure for ...
... we were in safe hands to get what she recommended. We found a lovely place and even though they didn't have a simple chicken and mushroom risotto on the menu they still made it for us upon request. Well for my first try of Risotto I was very impressed! Renee said it was cooked perfectly! We shared a bottle of wine so the good times kept rolling by! Afterwards we had a quick look around the shops before we had to meet back up with the group. My little souvenir of the day was a ...
... great seats this time, right at the front of the ferry. The San Marco Piazza is one of the most visited parts of Venice, so we found the line outside St Mark's church and went into this amazing space. It was free: I was shocked: nothing is free in Venice or so I thought. The floor was amazing and although there were at least a dozen signs saying no photography, there were people taking photos everywhere. I tried hard, but I figured, if you can't beat 'em join 'em so I snuck a ...