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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... Topdeck meal. Seriously recommend them just by the food!! Venice was all I imagined it to be and more. It's so beautiful, with beautiful products and beautiful people. It wasn't dodgy in any places, pick pocketing wasn't an issue and I felt completely safe even when lost. It was incredible definitely in my top 3! Tomorrow we are off to Florence via the leaning tower of Pisa! Only 3 more days of Topdeck! It's gone so quick yet I have seen so much and crammed so much in, it's been ...
Again a delayed blog as I sit inCalgary getting ready to start work.......Here it is our last day in Italy and we are off the Venice for the day. It's about a 1hr 20 min train ride on the high speed train- up to 300 km/h.. It was so comfie and smooth... We all had separate seats but that worked fine as we were just relaxing... Our hotel was about a 5 min walk to the train station. The station was a bustle of activity.. People everywhere... Luckily we had our tix ...
... and rather a lot of dogs!!
Teatime was approaching, so we found a little cafe for a drink and Pizza. We were quite surprised that some of the prices were very cheap - such as a slice of pizza and coke was only about 3/4 Euros.
After tea, we steadily meandered through the streets again and found the stop for the water taxi which took us down the Grand Canal back to where we had originally got on. This journey was about 30 minutes long so well worth the ...
... part), I would have to say it is one of the places in the world that should be on everyone's bucket list. Their transportation system is confusing at first but by the time we left, we had it down pat. Every trip, no matter how short, is 7 Euro! However we bought a 36 hour vaparetto (water bus) pass for 25 Euro. We made 12 different trips in the two days so it really paid off. The vaparetto stations are floating yellow docks and are on both sides of the canal. Just ...
... bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and climbed the first bridge we saw, quickly followed by the first of many photographs of our trip. We made sense of our map and went head first into the Venetian labyrinth of canals, bridges and dead-ends. Left, right, bridge, right, dead end, double back, left… this goes on for a while until we find ourselves at the very far end of the city - at the tip of the fish’s tail. We pop out ...