Villa Ducale Hotel & Restaurant
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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From the Bridge:
The Princess rounded Tainaro Point in the early hours of the morning and headed again into the Ionian Sea. We travelled through the day towards the Strait of Otranto and into the Adriatic Sea.
Tony and I had a few Vodkas with lemon so a sleep-in was greatly appreciated. I actually like the sea days as there is no pressure to go ashore and see a place you may never visit again!
The highlight of this day was ...
... to St.Peter's Square after touring the Peggy Gugenheim museum which is right on the Grand Canal at her villa. The art work was disappointing but the canal view wonderful. Later we went back and Mark related while I got on line and checked emails and frustratingly couldn't get my photos to download from my camera so maybe no more pictures to post except old ones. So now for our full day in ...
... which we went up to see great views of all of Venice - even though you can't see the canals since the buildings are too close, and the Doge's Palace. Inside Doge's Palace we got to see majority of the many many rooms such as the Court room and the Prisons. We stopped for a quick lunch of a Margarita pizza and a ham+mushroom pizza! lunch was followed by a lovely Gondola Ride down the canals, complete with an informative gondolier (gondola driver) wearing the traditional black and ...
... lunch. The idea was to tell our bus drivers we each wanted to stop somewhere different to avoid a large cue but they all stopped at the same place anyway. So it took over an hour to get through. Then back on and through to Venice. When we first arrived the place looks quite dingy and industrial. We caught a ferry over to the island and then wow! The place is gorgeous. We all had a gondola ride through the canals. Only 6 people per Gondala. Then we had around 3 hours to explore ...
... go through some of the back lanes to reach St Marks where we were booked in for a tour. Due to the church being built on the lowest part of the island, and due to the fact that the church is a very heavy building, the square and the front of the church are prone to flooding. As we approached the church we could see the water lapping at the doors and could see that people waiting to go into the church were standing on raised walkways. We had ...