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 …
... 30 minutes later...... we made it through and after a short stay in the British Airway's Lounge (unlimited drinks at 6am!) we made our way to our connecting flight to Venice!
Our London flight to Venice was full of "lovely", "miss", and "sir". We arrived at the Marco Polo airport in Venice, which is surprisingly small. We find our Princess Cruise Line representative and ...
It's another hot day in Venice. By 6:30 am, I was wide awake, while Carolyn would remain in the Twilight Zone until almost 8. After reading Rick Steves, he mentioned that several large markets take place Thursday mornings, so perhaps we will go in search of them after breakfast, and before we head to the island of Burano.
Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, like Venice itself, it could more correctly be called an archipelago of ...
... for free. We thought we would ride over, go up and have a drink on the rooftop and ride back. The book told us where to find the shuttle and at what time and so at 4:20 we were on the shuttle and riding on the water again.
About this time, the sun had come out and the city that had enchanted us that morning was now even more beautiful. When the sun reflects off the green blue water and the muted colors become a little bit brighter, it is ...
... nice. The ghetto got it's name here after the factory area that the jewish quarter originally replaced and came to be the name of all Jewish quarters as we know them.
Any ways once we caught the #12 vaporetto to Torcello, about a 40 minute ride, we visited this island to the east of Venice. It was actually the main island in the lagoon until 1000 or so when the soil became to salty and the marshes grew bigger making shipping harder that the population shifted to the ...