Hotel Al Duca di Venezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
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Most people get lost in Venice. It is part of the fun. But most people get lost in the old city. Today, We got lost in the suburbs.
After our iPad died, we decided to go to the Apple Store In the Nova de Vero shopping mall. It seemed straight forward. But it took us 2 hours and 4 bus rides to get there. Fortunately, it only took us 35 …
... the church that Vivaldi was associated with. In fact, there were musicians inside practising some Vivaldi music when we peeked in to take a look. Food wise, I had the best pizza ever, and the best gelato ever. The gelato flavour I especially liked was green apple, - it had little bits of the peel throughout. Other than that, we really enjoyed taking lots of pictures. There is lots to inspire photography in ...
... experience here was much better and the operator called us a cab. We were early for the train so we found seats and did some reading. I felt like a coffee so I went the the bar and had an espresso. Fortunately this station had lifts, so we could easily manage to get our luggage to the right platform. The trip to Florence was uneventful and we arrived on time (surprise!!). On our earlier visit to Florence ...
... morning we have to catch a vaporetto at 8.30am, with one suitcase and one overnight bag, collect our two large cases from storage, catch a bus to Marco Polo Airport, be on the 11.45am Aer Lingus flight to Dublin, collect a car and drive across to Galway, where we'll be staying for a few days. Plenty of potential for mishap there I'm thinking.
PS it is very quiet here in Venice, with no cars or motorbikes roaring up and down the streets.
... had an element of class to it. The city's beautiful buildings as a backdrop certainly helped. I am so truly happy I decided to see this festival. Hopefully the first of many during my Europe trip. Carnivale is definitely something everyone needs to go to to understand its full effect. Photos alone don't do it justice.
My photo montage: