Hotel Villa Stucky
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Not sure if you can call Venice terra firma. You can see how far the sea has risen / Venice has sunk and it's a bit scary. It's slightly morose how run down parts of it are, but Rome and Florence have corporations and philanthropists pouring money in. Who would invest in restoring a sinking city? Anyway, our private tour of Venice captured ...
... earned beer, feeling like a couple more but they were packing up faster than uncle Bill could get out of the shearing shed . Had a look around the corner and no one in sight a bit different to other places we have been at 11o'clock and I was just getting warmed up, but alas first night in Venice any suggestions !!! PART 2 6th July Finally we have our bags,after we had to make two trips to the airport ,which took a total of 7.5 hours ...
... in scale), and just people watched in the square.
In Verona the next morning, we went to Castel Vecchio as a class. This was also a fortified residence, but has since been renovated by Carlo Scarpa. Scarpa is a 20th century Italian Architect who was notorious for his detailed eye. This project involved mixing old and new structures in a way that showcased original portions of the building while balancing them with new details. ...
... it just never stops.
After a short walk from St Mark's Square, we actually did get lost. And it was a sign of things to come for us in Venice. We happened to be nowhere. We didn't stumble upon anything, other than people's houses. Even turn we made lead to a canal with no bridge to cross. Disaster, but we laughed it off, still refusing to use the map. Then we ended up in the same place again. No matter where you go in Venice, or where you think you are going, you seem to ...
In 452AD Friday March 25 th Venice was born .... or so some of the books say. A group of people fleeing persecution built on the alluvial plains where three rivers met. The first wooden houses were built on stilts in very inaccessible areas of the lagoon. They discovered that the wood became extremely hard when underwater so wooden foundations were build below water and stone houses built on these Today Venice is a World Heritage Site only surviving because ...