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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Multilingual staff
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... you can't see the next intersection either. Lots of small shops, eateries, bridges ad infinitum and small open spaces. The lanes are really only as wide as our footpaths and with 3-4 story buildings either side, they're more like tunnels. San Marco square was under water as were several other areas around so it was quite chaotic. They put up raised timber walk ways which aren't nearly sufficient to cope with the numbers so it's a case of ...
... for the doctors during the plague because of the bad smells. The doctors would take the ashes of the plague victims to an island in Venice, now known as the haunted island. An interesting fact is that the people of Venice believed the plague was occurring because different religions in the community were praying. Venice took protective actions by closing off the canals, special cemeteries and transportation of victims, but also they took action against ...
... with Prosecco wine and Aperol. Portion sizes in Italy are surprisingly a little smaller than I would have expected, but I think my perception of portion size has changed since I've been having quite a lot for lunch because in Spain it's the most important meal of the day.
We spent the rest of the time walking around, going into the many shops in Venice, checked out the famous Harry's Bar, where Alfred Hitchcock, and Truman Capote ...
... easy to get on the boat going the wrong direction. Anyway, it was fun to watch people, the boats and just enjoy the beautiful weather.
Walked back through the Palazzo Zen which was a very peaceful square. Checked out the Residenza ai Crociferi which is now a residental dorm used by both students and travelers. It evidently was a place where women were allowed to stay in the early days. We had a ...
... most famous of the four bridges that cross the Grand Canal. The bridge oozes Renaissance architecture, and having been built in 1591, Elizabeth I could have walked over it (if she could be bothered to).
We spotted a water bus at Rialto and jumped on for a ride along the length of the Grand Canal. We sat on the rear deck of the boat which gave us brilliant views of the main sights as we passed by – the most ...