Hotel Ca' di Valle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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There is only one phrase that explains Venice and that is 'a water wonderland'.
Venice is made up of lots of small islands and you can walk the main Venice
island in a day!
Day one saw a walking tour, pastries for 1€, booking a ticket for
tomorrow of the Doge's Palace and mask hunting.
The walking tour was fantastic, the guide gave us a low down on
public transport, where to get cheap eats and ...
It's Friday and the square is really crowded today but that didn't detour us from standing in a very long line to see St Marks Cathedral. It took us about 20-30 minutes before we got inside and then they pretty much shuttled everyone around like cattle through the Cathedral. We were not allowed to take photos or videos but we did pay 2 Euros each to go up into the high ...
... roast beef and then a side salad to finish. Food was absolutely delicious and the 2 ladies running the place were awesome. Definitely a good way to end our days in Venice. We walked back to our hostel with our stomachs full. We stopped at the Rialto bridge on the way home to get a picture of the area at night but it wasn't all that much to see. We got back to our hostel and packed and prepared for the next morning of train rides of to Milan then bus to Nice. Ciao ...
... and laughing, the weekend was over. We took her to the airport to go home to Warsaw on Monday morning. We had such a great time while she was visiting! Caleigh is definitely invited back, partly because we laughed so hard all weekend that everyone’s sides hurt. This visit set a high standard that we'll try to meet with all our other visitors. Speaking of which, we hope to have more visitors soon! At a minimum, we'll have 5 of them in just over a month. ...
... books and CDs, souvenirs, alcohol and even had a couple of poker machines!
On arriving in Venice, which was much bigger than I had imagined, we parked the cars and took the monorail into the centre of town.
Venice is made up of 120 small islands connected by small bridges and apparently has 120 churches. We meandered through the streets and over bridges, taking heaps of photos as we went. It was absolutely beautiful......but then we arrived at ...