Villa Ducale Hotel & Restaurant
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... travel with a dog like Norman who will do whatever she wants. The ferry us trip from the airport took about 90 minutes but it was a good introduction to the many islands of Venice. It dropped us right at Saint Mark's square. We found our way across the square and the thousands of visitors to our hotel which was only one street back from the square. Another prime location. After a quick wander, we checked into our rooms and crashed for an hour or two in a room ...
... were interactive, some weren't, you couldn't tell which, so for a lark I indicated that I'd like to pull the cord to operate the exquisite 18th century French song bird automata, this instigated some horrified looks and frantic arm waving by the Prada stazi, my work done I went off to break some less valuable exhibits. I spent most of the visit laughing at ...
... and it disappeared into the canal near some gondoliers. It was a bit like a scene out of Faulty Towers with Manuel and Basil Faulty chasing the rat through the hotel! After lunch we made our way back towards St Marks, doing a bit of shopping along the way. As I'm returning to Venice later in the month I kept my shopping to a minimum, although beautiful leather gloves for 19Euro was a bargain too good to pass up! By now the rain had stopped and ...
... worry about everything! Oh god! Luckily we don't need to spend all our time with them. We could only get the bus to the edge of Venice because there are no roads on the island of Venice. You can only get around by walking or catching a water taxi around the canals. Very cool way to travel! We first had a walking tour with Time our guide. Our first stop was a lace making shop. Boring!! It was interesting to hear how long it takes to make a piece of lace though. Ages! Next stop was a ...
Off the Murano to visit the glass works and all the shops in this beautiful area of Venice some lunch, back on the water bus and headed for Burano to look at the lace and the picture postcard views of the coloured houses by the canals. Back on the water bus again and into central Venice, it certainly is a wonderful looking city. Back to Lido and a very nice tea and ...