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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Favaro Veneto
... more Australasian and has a great beach, As today was Tina and Andrew's arrival day we had messagesd them suggesting we meet at 4:30pm. We had a brief lunch in Burano and by having lunch they give you free wifi access which was handy as we were able to communicate with Tina and made final arrangements to meet up for the evening at 7:30. Meanwhile at this cafe we ordered our iced lemon tea and the staff brought us a toasted sandwich. ? We tried to ...
... Onassis. Also, Brad Pit and Angelina frequent here as well! I just had to go! We walked in as if we owned the place at sat at the bar for a drink. Just in case we don't make it back here again, we took one more Gondola ride. Things were going smoothly until Doug lost his balance as he was getting into the boat and almost fell off the gondola and into the water! :-) The ride was beautiful! ...
... out of the building and they get the fire out quickly. I have a bit of a rest as my feet are pretty sore and then it's time to head out for dinner. The hotel concierge, a very helpful young man, suggests a local restaurant away from the main tourist area, but still close by so I won't have to walk too far. I actually manage to find it; no mean feat given that it is at the end of a small street, through a small covered alley ...
... used to just be dirt and grass, and because it was sinking slowly they added a layer of pavers almost every century, since Venice was founded they have added 90cm of paving on top of the original land. We also saw the Rialto Bridge, the most famous of the three bridges that connects San Marco to the other islands across the Grand Canal. After our walking tour, Rob and I grabbed a bite to eat and headed on into the Doge's Palace, in this ...
... and sigh. We went through the Palace Ducale, within which we saw more art on roofs and walls as well as some other interesting things. There was an armery and weaponary section which was filled with thousands of old swords and various other weapons designed to mess someone up badly. I have posted a pic of a chastedy belt, look out boys! Walking through the prison was really interesting as well, it had an eery feel to it. J particularly liked the wooden doors ...