Hotel Victoria, Lido di Jesolo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
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On the 6th of June 2015 my sister Zoë, my Dad Damian and I left from Perth airport to come to Venice. On our way here we were on the latest addition Emirates plane which was only built around about 2 weeks ago and the plane was like a 2 decker bus sorta. Also on the jumbo plane the TVs were awesome and pretty big which was also awesome. On our way to Venice, Italy we had ...
... The wake left by the ambulance was substantial and left smaller boats to fend for themselves.
Murano is made up of seven individual islands connected by a series of canals and bridges….just like Venice. Today, there are somewhere around 35 or 40 glass blowing foundries operating on the islands of Murano. As the story goes, the glass makers were moved from Venice around the end of the 13th Century for fear they might cause a fire that the ...
We had a mini sleep-in this morning, then a lovely breakfast in the hotel garden which consisted of the usual breakfast fare but included cake and tiramisu! After a bit of rain yesterday we have been blessed with bright blue skies. Alex and I made our way to St Mark's Square where we lined up to enter St Mark's Basilica. Surprisingly we only had to wait in line for 10 minutes The basilica was beautiful, especially the Pala d'Oro covered ...
... a typical Italian type dinner in a small square and as usual it was quite small and much smaller than John expected, as he wasn’t full after eating it. He will sort things out as only John can.
We also went on a Gondola near the Rialto Bridge at a cost of 25 Euro’s each for 45 minutes and it was very peaceful going through the back canals in the dark. We passed many little Restaurants over the canals so we were only about 1.5 ...
... of confetti. The crowds are apparently the same though. We didn't see them because we went a weekend too early and in the rain, but we hear you can't move during the final weekend of the season. Other than the crowds, it's a little more mellow here than in New Orleans. The parades are smaller (there are no cars in Venice), and people are drinking a spritz (prosecco with Aperol or Camprari) instead of something harder. There are no king cakes, but there are these crispy thin ...