Hotel Belle Epoque
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Today we all got on a boat and visited Murano, Burano & Torcello Islands. At Murano we got to watch a demonstration on glass blowing and making other glass sculptures. When you see it being done, you can understand how gifted the craftsman's of this trade are. Originally, all the glass blowing furnaces were located in …
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Our morning began with a tour of St Mark's square, the Basillica and the Doge's palace.
All wonderful venues, the Doge's palace (senate, armoury, prisons) with it's many frescos, statues and 24-carat gold leaf lined ceilings was simply amazing!
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The third day we had a train back home, but not until 4 that afternoon so Kendyl and I took the Vaparetto over to St. Mark's again to find some cheap postcards. On the way, we passed under the Rialto Bridge, which is the most famous bridge over the Grand Canal with shops on top of it, kind-of like the Ponte Vecchio. From St. Mark's we took the …
After spending some time in Verona, we hopped back on the bus, literally, and continued to Venice. That was about an hour and a half drive. When we got there it was around dinnertime so we checked in and then went roaming around like Zombies looking for food. Kendyl and I found a small ristorante that had some excellent pizza and seafood (no, I …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Belle Epoque Venice
The hotel itself is well located, near both train station and water bus. Decor is lovely, but my room was quite small. Two people would have been tripping over themselves; as it was I was climbing over my luggage. It seems that the building might once have been two separate buildings that are now linked, so although they have an elevator, you still need to use some stairs. No porters or assistance with luggage, and several of the reception staff were abrupt to the point of rudeness. Included breakfast was ok, but not a huge selection.
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