Alla Villa Fini
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the masks for Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut. They had some amazing steam-punk masks there, and I was tempted to buy one but the price was too dear and I really don't have any shelf or wall space at home to do it justice. However, if anyone reading this is interested let me know if you want me to pick you up one - the prices start at around 60 €, which sounds like a lot but they are fantastic works of art. But really, so are my ...
... rising sea levels many apartment blocks can't use the street level apartments as they are constantly flooded. Venice often has so much rain that all the streets are flooded, they then lay out a series of tables, which creates a boardwalk for pedestrians to get about.
Our second day in Venice was spent island hopping, there are canal buses that commuters use to get around the islands of Venice or to get ...
... wandered some more, looked at the millions of intricate mask shops, bought some artwork from the street stalls and went back for another go but the line was even longer (as in the zig zag cattle race was full… and all down the street… and then around the corner… and all down that street etc.)
So, despite it being the main thing we wanted to see… we headed back home. Still a lovely, stress free day looking at such a famous ...
... t even want to look at how that was made there was no way we were buying lace. Instead we wandered the island looking at the houses each one was painted a different and bright colour it was very pretty so we took heaps of photos of them instead. We arrived back in Venice around 6 and I really wanted to have dinner on the grand canal it was a mish to find but we got there in the end around 7. Dinner was over priced because of its location and the water of the canal reeked ...
... There were 8 adults and two children, one of them a one year old. Needless to say, it was a hectic journey. We drove from Belgium to Germany (where my aunt and uncle live). Stayed there for a few hours while my family unpacked and repacked, then we flew to Italy. The whole situation reminded me so much of home alone. You know, in the beginning of the movie, when everyone is rushing around the house, trying to get things done, shouting to each other from different rooms, etc. ...