Hotel Villa Stucky
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we are listening to the sound of music as we see the alps for the last time. It has been a long travelling day with a few comfort stops, but we finally arrive in Venice, well the mainland any way. The bus drops us off to go by boat while he takes the coach by ferry to our home for the next two days, Lido Island. We had a wonderful introduction to Venice by way of a boat trip through The Grand Canals. After this we hopped on the gondolas for a ...
I finally did a little painting having lugged the little specialty brought from japan water colour pencils with me I better put them to use. I'm a bit of a perfectionist so feel the scale & perspectives a little off but I've had some praise on Facebook ...
... as the locals know it). Would be insane living here as there is no cars or bikes and everything needs to be transported in what looks like wheelbarrows across the numerous bridges (often they had stairs). The cables for electricity and phone and even the sewer pipes run underneath the bridges also so the sky line is unaffected. It seems that Venice is stuck in a time maybe 100 years ago, they can’t really upgrade the city due to the way the houses were built. Besides the threat of ...
... s body from its original tomb in Egypt when they learned the church it was in was being demolished to build new buildings. The legend says they took it and hid it under pork slabs so the Muslims wouldn't touch it. They sailed it home and when they got to Venice the body got too heavy to carry until the Doge came along and announced they would build a tomb and church there, then the body became light enough to carry again and was stored in the Doge's palace until the church was ...
We’re beat but happy that we spent two days in Venice. It’s said that 80,000 people a day come
here during the tourist season and we were right there in its midst. Off the
ship we go from the bus shuttle to the “people mover”. In a city with no cars we are
apparently on a little spit of land near the ports that abuts the Piazza Roma,
where we first meet the vaporetti.
This is Venice’s public transportation system, ...