- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... was one of the few people on the Vaporetto. At the Vaperotto terminal met two guys from Turkey--I swear there more Turks in Venice touristing than they had during the heyday of the Venetian trade empire dealing with the Ottomans; they have a humongous building left from that time that was specifically set out for Turkish traders! Now, I am used to hearing all kinds of English and German whenever I travel, but this Turkish thing threw me ...
... as he did about the movie. We saw the actually abbey where the real Maria was training as a nun. We visited the lake where the children fall off the boat into the water wearing their curtain clothing and the outside of the building, Leopold's Castle, used as the families home in the movie. It's now a private residence so you can't go in and see it. Our last stop was the pavilion used during the song 16 going on 17. We then were back on the road again for the drive ...
... someone else had bought it! Then had free time for a couple of hours which we enjoyed. Up and down the lanes / canals - was great and we were lucky to witness something that happens in this city 200 days of the year (approximately). This is called Acqua Alta - which is when higher than normal water levels cause the lagoon to overflow the edges of the canals and flood pedestrian walkways. The Venetians are well prepared for this as the ...
... and timbers that Trent and I just love. The kitchen is tiled just as Trent and I had been trying to imagine our own future kitchen since admiring different marbles in Vienna - its great to see the ideas we had in the flesh (or stone for that matter) and to both agree on how wonderful it looks. Well we are off to bed soon - so much exploring to do after breakfast tomorrow. We plan to go in a gondola to explore the city and spend some time on foot in the amazing ...
... on the floor of the hot, stinky ferry. Good times! When we arrived in Venice it was sunny and we were ready for a fresh start. We spent the day wandering the streets and shopping a bit. We then ate some great pizza, and I went to catch my flight back to Barcelona while my other companions went to Rome for the rest of Semana Santa ...