Villa Ducale Hotel & Restaurant
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Hi mom! Made it safety to Venice this morning. Early wake up once again as we departed Lee Abbey at 315. Had no troubles in the airport and flight went smoothly. Took a water taxi from the airport to the mainland which took a while but was cool. The air bnb we are staying at is really nice except that it doesn't have air conditioning and wow is Italy hot in the summer!! The sun is very intense and it ...
... of San Michele, but I hopped on the wrong vaporetto and headed to Murano instead. It was only about a five minute boat ride and then I was off to explore. Murano is famous for its glass factories. A 1292 Venetian law restricted glass production to Murano to prevent fires on the main island and to protect the secrets of Venice glassmaking. I arrived before the glass museum opened, so I took some time to wander the streets a bit till it opened at 10 am. ...
... bridge by our hotel and had a lovely seafood dinner at a local trattoria . We had an accordion player for a bit which was fun, and several interesting Italian aperitifs - Bellini and another one I can't spell, that had lemon sorbet, grappa and prosecco. We had a lot of laughs and some sadness too because this group has come to feel like a big family and most are leaving early ...
... locations. We sought out the Arsenale district for lunch, and then it was time to head back to the hotel for a siesta and then our "closing night" dinner. We found a local restaurant close to the hotel, had some final Italian fare, and now we're finishing our packing for tomorrow. It's been a full trip - we met some great people and saw so many new places. Time for a rest from our holiday! ...
... I flew from Venice to Rotterdam (well I flew to Brussels, then took a bus to Rotterdam). As my cousin and I were walking to the bus, we stopped to get some smoothies, then realized the bus would be leaving in just a few minutes, so we ran (seriously, full speed running) through the crowds of the teeny alleyways of Venice, and barely made it to my bus on time. It was a quick trip, with quick goodbyes, but I'm so glad I got to go with them. And hopefully I will see my family again very ...