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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of Venice and present it so that others could enjoy it for years to come. He also proudly indicated that he had been contracted to paint a number of ceiling frescoes for private home owners. What a truly rich discovery and our day was just starting! While I ran a few cards back to our apartment, Linda continued to learn about Venice from our new artistic acquaintance.
Bidding the shopkeeper a 'good day" we headed on looking for the elusive museum depicting the ...
... been glad I already had tickets in hand). We buzzed through all the rooms, stopping first to see their gondola, which had the tented middle that we learned about on our class that the wealthy used in the past for privacy. We saw the armory, which was mildly exciting for the boys, lots of swords, guns, etc... And then we crossed the bridge of sighs into the prison, which they thought would be more exciting (surprise)... Said it was a stupid view and who would care about going ...
... speed was 300klm. The trip was very enjoyable and over really quickly. We got off the train to a cold, grey, dirty city called Venice. The hotel is across the road from the train station with trams running down the middle of the road. The hotel smells of cigaret smoke and is old and dirty. Our room is on the front of the building and has a lot of traffic noise coming in through the windows. There ...
... stop was going to be Cinque Terre on the coast, then we changed our minds to Bolognia but ended up in Venice instead! Venice is the most overrated place we've been to. So boring. Sure it's cool that the city is built on the water and there's no cars etc but after about an hour of walking around the novelty soon wore off. We had three nights in Venice and after the first afternoon we were wondering what we were going to do with our time!! We were staying in a place just ...
... moved from place to place.
It always takes time to get anywhere in Venice. Many streets seem to come to a dead end and you have to retrace and find another route to get to your destination. It took us a while to finally find the gondola station at Santa Maria del Giglio. We arrived at the station with 25 minutes to spare, just enough time to get a cool drink at a nearby cafe and cool off. The gondola ride was supposed to start at ...