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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Ciao! I'm here in Venice, now!
Unfortunely I'm a little sick, so I couldn't do everything I want, but I went to "Teatro La Fenice", and it was terrific!
After the theater, I went to eat, at "Ristorante Antico Martini", and I gotta say... Their food is delicious! My wallet isn't that happy, but my belly loved that place.
I went to a tour …
... miracle that we didn't blow the budget for the rest of the trip, and I think the only reason we didn't is because not many places took card and the cash point was out of money. We managed to scrape together enough money to buy some beautiful souvenirs and a couple of presents for people back home before we forced ourselves to head back to the bus stop. The next island we went to was Burano, famous for it's lace and coloured houses, similarly to Murano every ...
Only got maybe 5 or 6 hours of sleep so 6am was not too pleasant a time to rise. Wasn't in much of a rush to get down to breakfast considering they haven't been anything extraordinary in the past and this place wasn't exactly the Ritz. But when Liz opened our room door to head out you could smell something delicious downstairs. So we hurried up a bit, excited to see what it could be. But of course we get down there and it's the typical breakfast spread. ...
... noticed a sign for the famous Rialto Bridge so we trekked thru more city streets for about 20 minutes to get there.
All along the way more shops, restaurants, bistros, pizza and gelato stores. We've been on the island a short time and already had the best pizza and gelato of all time.
Tomorrow we tour Doges Palace
... 8220;geto” which comes from “gettare” -- to cast -- as there were several foundries in the area.) Jews were not allowed to work in the building trades, so Catholics constructed the ghetto's five synagogues in the opulent style of Venice, on the highest floors of apartment buildings. They improvised on the materials, however, as the Jews were not wealthy. Bannisters and pillars were made of wood but painted to appear like marble. From the outside, ...