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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After the previous nights 24 hours travelling we hit the hay early and plan to wake the next day to beat the midday sun.... We woke at lunch time but hey it's ok ha. Strolling the streets our only goal for the day is to find two Italian soccer guernseys for a cheap price so we can back them in the World Cup! First shop 29euro each, second stop 80 euro each and finally at the last stop we get them 2 for 25 euro! Laughing!!! More shopping, ...
... complete with a very limited history of some of the buildings and bridges. We saw the bridge of Sigh, Rialto bridge, Casanovas house, and Marco Polos house. The Bridge of Sighs, known as the Ponte dei Sospiri in Italian, is one of the most famous bridges in all of Venice. Legend has it that the bridge earned its name from the fact that prisoners who crossed through it, on the way to their prison cells or ...
I thought I would start my day with a visit to Santa Maria Della Salute, a magnificent church on the Grand Canal, built in honour of the Virgin Mary for freeing the city of the black death. The exterior of the church is beautiful and once again the exterior was all I got to see. I had left my trusty shawl at home, and I was stopped by a beggar woman at the entrance because my shoulders were not covered, can you believe it? Told off by a beggar? Then she hit me up for a donation! Stuff that ...
... fantastic traveling duo. San Marco's square was incredible. We visited the basicalla, climbed the tower, visited the doges palace (or as rachel rather affectionately referred to as Doug's place) to the galleria academia which was casually housing a Leonardo da Vinci exhibition. (Yes we did see the sketch in dan brown's da Vinci code!!!!!!! ) so basically we did a lot. However, after visiting all of see wonderful places ...
... re very willing to help you find places, which is great, because Venice is made up of a gazillion tiny alleys, like a maze. Alaina and Claire managed to bring us back to our hotel last night, though, after we'd gone out wandering. Impressive!
Tomorrow we'll go to St. Mark's Square and see the sights. And then we'll relax in our air conditioned rooms again.