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 …
... he was very handsome. However he wasn't much of a talker. At the beginning of our ride, I did not think he spoke much English because he was being so shy. (Bad assumption.) I began talking with those on the same gondola, saying he was quite a handsome man and how I wondered if he is married. He did have a ring on his finger, but I was just poking some fun. I asked Andrea if he knew English, and he grinned from ear to ear and replied, "Yes I do." ...WHOOOPS!
... in Venice, and is the subject of many postcards that you may see from Venice. Even though it was still rainy, it was beautiful to be able to see the canal and all the colorful buildings lining the Grand Canal! After dodging some flooded streets (rain + high tide = lots of flooding in the streets) we made it to San Marco Square. There were a ton of people in the square. At first we thought there was something that was going on as to why it was so ...
... when you cross them you come to a dead end. Such a fun place to visit. Even when you know where you are it is fairly hard to get to where you should be.
I am told it all adds to the holiday experience. If we ever visit again I will bring a Sat Nav with me so we can all get lost together.
Venice has a very long history and there are some lovely places to visit, but as it gets 20 million visitors a year we are expecting queues at the ...
... have to make an effort. In Venice you will be rewarded greatly.
Venice is a dream and I can see why Abbot Kinney tried to create an equivalent in Los Angeles back in 1905. Sadly most of the LA 'Venice Canals' were filled in and just a small handful remain, but the people who mocked his vision back then had clearly never seen the real deal.
I believe that most (if not all) of the buildings have a 'street' entrance, which is a shame. I saw one ...