Hotel Citta Di Milano
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Citta Di Milano Venice
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 …
... in telling us anything we asked!
After the tour, I found a place to have dinner - and knowing another early start was coming tomorrow - called it a night!
As mentioned - Another early start to catch the train and head to Rome. On the water bus - I met another 4 Kiwis also leaving Venice - it was great to chat to others about their trip around Italy.
On the ...
... New Zealand had asked for masks and she shipped them off to Australia. She mentioned this cause Hayley was from New Zealand and I am, obviously, from Australia. I found that story so entertaining. It's amazing how insular we can get at times when we live on the other side of the world- I mean everyone here. This was her insular moment but you will hear about mine in Berlin.
I do wish to return to Venice; there is something so beautiful about this watery city.
... something else. There are no roads, just alleyways. It is hard to get anywhere in a hurry because it is so congested in these alleyways and SO many tourists. There are also heaps of Romanian beggars. These alleyways are often thin and I managed to accidentally run into one sitting on the side. She grabbed my jacket and pulled but I yanked it off her and then she deadset started crying. The group I was with kind of laughed about it and walked away. Next we went on a ...
This afternoon we walked to the Rialto bridge, to Saint Marks Square, then had lunch in a small cafe. We had to venture off the beaten path for lunch since the square was flooded with cruiseship tourists. We walked back to the hotel where Amber passed out from exhaustion! Its very hot here in the mid to upper 90s. This guy is going to go and get a ...