Hotel Dalla Mora
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Dalla Mora Venice
This was a great hotel for leaving out on a cruise. We only had to cross two small bridges from Piazzale Roma to reach the hotel, so luggage wasn't really a problem. Then, in the morning, it was just those two small bridges back to the People Mover that took us directly to the cruise terminal. The hotel room was small, but nice and clean - as was the bathroom. For Venice, this was a very good value for the money. The breakfast was simple, but it was plenty - pastries, hard boiled eggs, cereal, coffee. The proprietors were extremely friendly and helpful. I would stay here again.
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We flew into Venice, one of our all-time favorite places, on Saturday
evening, arriving around 7:00pm. We took the bus from the airport into
Venice and went straight to our hotel, Hotel Dalla Mora. The room was
small, but nice and clean.
I had made a reservation for 8:30 at our favorite restaurant in Venice, Pontini's …
... s of restaurants. Since it was dinnertime we took our chances with one of the many eating places. We enjoyed a variety of pasta dishes; mine was with lobster and it was really good. Of course, I ordered diet coke while everyone else got wine. A little can cost $4.50!!! Can you believe it??
No time for anything else this first night.
Since we had wound our way through this network of little ...
... special. We then noticed a three euro cover charge per person and that none of the dishes had any trimmings. Vegetables etc. were all extra. There was no wine list either and in a few moments the waiter was bound to walk over and ask if we would like a drink.
We looked at each other (yes after ...
... in this room and still not see all the paintings. It was truly astounding! We were able to explore below the palace and into the prisons. It was quite a sad looking place with tiny cells that looked like caves. We could see out to the bridge of sighs from one of the windows. The bridge was named the Bridge of Sighs, because that is where the families would stand to wave goodbye and cry and "sigh" to their loved ones ,who had been imprisoned. I really enjoyed visiting the ...
San Marco Square was already seething with people by the time we arrived, with pigeons by the hundred searching for tidbits, fluttering onto arms and heads and any other place they could perch. We joined the queue to tour the Doge Palace and were soon inside this amazing building. The Doges ruled Venice when it was an independent and powerful sea-faring nation. The ...