Hotel Citta Di Milano
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Small beginnings can make big ends as our room is reasonably spacious which is belied by the tiny lobby and entrance.
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After sleeping off our wonderful meal we trudged to the train station to take the fast train to Venice. Only took just over an hour and we headed straight to the water ferry after buying a 24 hour ticket. Off to Rialto we went to then spend a confusing half an hour or so trying to find our hotel in the San zuglian campo. The GPS went crazy and we …
The train from Munich to Venice was 7 hours, deathly to undergo with my other 3 stooges, but also one of the highlights of the trip. The scenery was breathtaking with castles every other minute, snowy mountains, and as we entered Italy there were vineyards as far as the eye could see. We walked over a kilometre to our hotel, over and down too many bridges to count (surprise, Venice really is a bunch of islands)! We rewarded ourselves with a gondola ride at sunset, which ...
... the tricks of the trade. We arrived back to our hotel about midnight.
Juliėts Balcony The House was built in the 13th century, It belonged to the Cappello family for a long time.The identification of the Cappellos with the Capulets gave birth to the idea that there stood the House of Juliet, Shakespeare’s tragic heroine. In the courtyard there is the bronze statue of Juliet by ...
... of the day was to get to St Marks Square. The water bus we hopped on took us the long way the square, however this wasn’t too bad as it also gave a nice little cruise of the lagoon. Eventually we made it to our destination and started to make our way down toward the actual square. On the walk along the waterfront, we passed over several bridges and took the obligatory photo of the Bridge of Sighs and the Doge’s Palace.
Since there was no line to get into the ...
... The Winged Lion became the emblem of Venice and there 2336 statues of lions in the city. The tradition of Carnevale began in 1100s which was originally connected to Lent. (Carnevale= meat farewell. All meat, butter and eggs had to be thrown out before lent). One year 12 young girls who were newly married on the day of the Purification of Mary and adorned with the finest of jewellery were kidnapped by pirates. The Doge managed to rescue them. From then ...