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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... each time it was rebuilt due to bombs or floods. We read the information and observed the models and then left to try and find the tourist centre. After not too long we came across the information and office and went in. We asked lots of questions about the town and we were especially asking about this car museum which was out of town. She told us that the only way in which we could get there as we didn't have a car was by foot or taxi, she showed us where to ...
... We passed the bridge of sighs at one point and didn't even realise that's what it was until later. Safe to say it didn't really stand out. Our shuttle bus back wasn't until 6.30 so we continued wandering the island and saw lots more dilapidated buildings and eventually sat in a café to kill some time.
The gondolas did look pretty cool but they were very expensive, and the canals didn't look particularly inviting. Lots of ...
... st marks square for a quick look in the fading light. Very impressive and grand with plenty of diners on the pavement restaurants and with jazz musicians in formal blacktie attire playing beautiful music to add to the ambience of the soft fading daylight.
we decided to have dinner near the Rialto bridge to just savour the moment before we made our way back to the mainland to our hotel.
It it is a strange in ...
... out over the water to the city of canals, we were all like kids with our noses pressed to the windows and our cameras snapping. It just doesn't get any better. We said our goodbyes on the train, although I would have loved to make dinner plans with them....but maybe they had had enough of the crazy Americans!
So John and I headed out to tackle the tricky "streets" of Venice to our hotel. My information from the hotel said it was a 10 minute walk from the train station, but I ...
... to San Marco Basilica (St Mark's Cathedral). This was really a very special way to see the cathedral as we were the only people inside. We entered into a dimly lit interior and then the cathedral came alive as lights were gradually turned on. The domes, walls and floor of the Basilica are covered in mosaics, which literally gleamed in the unnatural light.
Legend has it that the body of St Mark, after whom ...