Hotel Due Mori
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- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Began with a train ride back onto the island of Venice and then a walk with Marco where we learnt a few more facts and figures. Still really busy around Piazza San Marco!! Decided to go the the island of Burano (and no that's not Murano) on the vaparetto (waterbus) but we had to get to Murano first. We underestimated our times and it took over an hour to get there. We then found out it ...
... she polished off her and her husbands lunch she was satisfied and promptly fell asleep. Bet they were glad to be able to do their job. Liz has been staring at the flight path screen the whole way. No movies, no mags, just happy to watch our progress. She just told me she's not coming home with me as she is going to marry a Gondolier on a ...
... reach the island of Murano. This island is famous for its glass and there are glass works everywhere. We wander the streets and canals admiring all the beautiful glass objects. They range from jewellery to statues; lampshades to glasses. Almost anything you can think of and they make it in glass. Some of the plates and bowls are amazing. And everything is done in their own particular style, since each glass factory has their own artists designing and producing. We ...
... two hours to get a snap shot of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The Leaning Tower is 4 metres of the perpendicular. We got a few different photos with the leaning tower, had lunch and then headed off for Florence. We stayed in Florence for 2 nights. Florence is known for fashion, pizza and Leather. In Florence there is a big church called The Florence Cathedral. In Florence we had some really nice gelato. So far in Europe my favourite type of ...
After looking at a lot of very disappointing murano glass I found some at the back of the academia that I liked. I tracked the designer down to his murano studio where he is a master of lamp work, I ended up purchasing a good few pieces, I've always liked the gold foil beads and the chap does charming cat sculptures. I'd spent quite freely and I got a free pendant thrown in, the master ...