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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Helvetia Venice
Great location on Lido de Venice. Included breakfast was charming. Right near the water taxis and within walking distance of the. Beach! Bike rentals across the street. Just 15 minutes on the water taxi to the main island of Venice. Good choice to escape the craziness of the cruise passengers but close enough to all the action. Would totally return back to this hotel.
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... be very rude to a lady in the coffee shop. Just out right saying what is that. Not even Hello or please. And just kept saying what is that. Wish David said he would translate their rude American into polite English for her.
We then all headed towards the gondola and they could fit 6 people on each one. We were on about the 3rd boat and got to the back throne seats. The ride was very cool and we headed out into the ggrand canal and back to the ...
... are made, totally not the case and we weren't the only ones high tailing it out. Glad we got to see it but very happy to leave.
So sorry Aileen but you missed out on your Gondola ride, as we had a canal ride in a water taxi to Murano for free and not the 90 euro for a Gondola with four other people.., crazy.
Will add a pic of one for you so you can pretend we are on it.
We hope to go to Lido tomorrow, apparently there is a beach there. ...
Today we are off to Italy. I am so excited. Venice here we come. Home of pizza, pasta and good wine. On the bus journey there we had a stop of in Wildschönau Valley where we had milo and cheese and vegemite toasties. I had forgotten the taste of Vegemite. They were exactly what was needed after a couple of weeks of having meat produces for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Wildschönau ...
... I might admit, I sat there and wondered where those words came from themselves. Fact of the matter is, I had spoken some truth. Throughout my travels, I felt myself grow. In more aspects than one. I found myself getting lost in different languages not knowing a word being said, but yet, finding more and more about myself as I navigated through them by relating to the similarities despite the differences. It was an odd feeling thinking about being ...
... barrier. A maze of terra cotta orange, rooftop patios and canals, it brings home just how small Venice is.
Sadly, that was largely it for me and Italy. I looked forward to it for so long but it's gone already. I just spent two nights in Trieste which I wasn't fussed about, before heading onto Ljubljana in Slovenia today. Trieste was only supposed to occupy one night but the single Sunday bus to Ljubljana was full yesterday so I had to mill around for ...