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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Florida Venice
Very good location near Piazza do Roma and Railway station. Close to Grand Canal and many restaurants.
Very good young man on reception who was very helpful and had good English. And who seemed to be there 24/7. When does he sleep?
Room clean and quiet. Good air conditioning. We booked the hotel so got a good rate for Venice.
I rate this hotel 4 Star for location.
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... honest. We packed our bags up and decided we'd go and find our new hotel for our last night in Venice. We decided in Sydney, that we'd splurge for our last night in Venice and stay somewhere really nice. I managed to get us a room on sale but it was still very pricy. When we finally found the hotel we went in and the lady looked at us and said do you know you have a small room? (I had just booked a standard room for 2 people) she showed us the room an it was literally a king ...
... stood for particular reasons over others. What does it stand for?L: It's called the Ponte dei Sospiri..Do you know what that means?M: hmmm..I can maybe guess? The bridge that has something to do with breath? life? idk, what does sospiri mean?L: sighs....its called the Bridge of SIghs.M: Because its such a remarkable sight? That people sigh at its beauty?L: No, you see, its actually a prison to the right side of the bridge...A prison made for ...
... to require the shades and a liberal application of sunscreen.
There was an English girl outside on the phone to somebody, sitting by the edge of the canal and framed by a brick archway, a few rowing boats bobbing discreetly in the background. It wasn't her that got my attention, just the image itself. Canals, boats tied up outside doorways, colourful buildings - it can only be Venice. My mum has been here a few times and I can see why it's been several ...
... completely blown away by this city! In fact I became quite emotional! It is just like nothing I have ever seen before- old, old buildings, canals of every size in all directions, no traffic noise, the sounds of Italians chatting and some even singing, the smell of true Italian food. Huge, grandiose architecture, so much history.I agree with Lonely Planet's summation of Venice- 'all five senses never felt so ...
We spent Sunday in Venice, a city which 1) does in fact NOT smell like a gigantic wharf and 2) does not allow you to travel in a straight line to get anywhere. The labyrinthine streets of Venice twist and wind through the city, becoming almost too narrow to squeeze through in many places, occasionally terminating at a dead end or an uncrossable canal. One ...