Hotel Commodore Terme
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... for tourists to be lost in Venice. We doubled back a short distance, over three bridges and np made our way to the Grand Canal.
The hotel is top class. Don't know how many stars it has, but I'm sure that it has a few. We were welcomed by two very smart and friendly gentleman in suits and were escorted to our room 107 by the elder gentleman. All was explained to us and I think that I had the shower running even before he closed the door. How good was the shower? ...
... sweet and we said we might come back tomorrow to buy. Eating in tonight. It is very cosy in our apartment even without wifi or TV. We are planning a trip along the whole length of the Grand Canal tomorrow and possibly a return to Basilica San Marco. Yay! Stephen found one channel on the TV that has English speaking shows. It is called True Crime and, for someone who is usually scathing about all the crime shows that I like to watch, he has become addicted to Rizzoli and ...
... to either side of the entrance so that they can slide in timber boards to hold the water back during king tides. Having said that,the place has a certain beauty of how people live differently and how they became to be the wealthy and powerful influence in the region. During the 14 to the 16th century (and even earlier), the place was regarded as essentially a swamp where some fraidy cat artisan romans fled to with the fall of ...
... to share some more about the ship. The vital statistics are:
- Length: 330m+
- Width: almost 40m
- Height: almost 70m (18 floors with 25 elevators)
- Capacity: 4,300+ passengers in over 1,600 cabins
There are at least 22 places to get food or drinks (ranging from 5-star restaurants to pool and lounge bars), a library, fully-equipped gym, casino, 1,200 seat theatre, 15 pools and ...
... with a lot of pigeons and a playground that we got to swing on. Later in the night we took a Gondola ride and got to see the sunset and the city from the canals. Since we are leaving at 3:30 tomorrow morning we are going to see some of the nightlife in Venice. The square we walked through yesterday is supposed to come alive at night so we will go back and see ...