Hotel Croce di Malta Veneto
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... enjoying the scenes, then roamed the many shops. At 1.30pm we met up with everyone then headed off to Burano, another island in Venice which has very colorful houses and lace shops. Not many tourists there, very different to the hoards in Venice main island. We had a very traditional lovely late lunch, with plenty of drinks ...
Venice has the most beautiful buildings as soon as you step out of the train station! The canal runs straight passed you and is overflowing with gondolas, water taxis, and even buses - water buses. Even the dirt on the sides of the buildings looks cool. I would be a fool if I didn't acknowledge that the messy/scruffy look is so hot right now and Venice most certainly has it down pat. Karliana and I walked around for a bit, wasting time before our hostel check in. ...
... at St Marks square. I was so excited to feed the pigeons and look around! The whole thing was under water. We weren't wearing our gumboots today because there was only a little bit of flooding near our apartment! But when we got there they had put boards up everywhere for people to walk on. It was crazy! The water was so high I don't think my gumboots would have been tall enough. We will go back tomorrow for a visit. It was nearly siesta so we went home for a bit ...
... hotel. We thought this was a bit odd. After the world’s longest check in (45 minutes), we were soon going up to our room. When we reached our room, we understood why they didn’t have a reception desk.
Most hotels in Venice don’t have elevators, ours was like most of them. Luckily we only had 2 flights of steps to carry our bag up to. The room was a big improvement on our Paris accommodation and the ...
21st-23rd July After Venice, we travelled to Govi's grandfathers house in the country. He has since passed away and the house now belongs to her family. We thought our last 2 nights in a wee country cottage sounded lovely. We arrived very late at night with Everardo explaining Govi's lineage. It turns out the home has been owned by the family for the past 10-11 centuries. It's what happens when you are a noble family, yes it turns ...