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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Another travel tip here is to realise its open until 8:30 pm so I avoided the tourist crush, did the basilica the upper levels are only for the fairly mobile, walked around San Marco, went down to giardino area then the lido and got back for about 8pm. The sun was setting, a cool breeze was blowing in from ...
... the Hun. On our way back we walked through the tiny streets of Venezia, and obviously going by the famous Rialto bridge. An interesting and funny anecdote of this day was that in the morning when we went to eat breakfast we met once again our friends from Canada, we chat for a bit and said goodbye, then in the evening out of coincidence we sat beside them in the same train back to the hotel, once again we said our ...
... so damn pretty!! I want to buy the whole island. Instead I settled for a charm for my necklace and some earrings. Venice - if you don't want people to 'sit and eat' ie picnic you shouldn't charge us to eat in a restaurant. The service charges here are ridiculous. The rolling Venice discount card for young people has been great whilst I've been here. ...
... was an accordion player during part of it and that made me miss Paris because you hear those all the time in the metro there. The train wasn't as exciting as the one to Venice because our mini-vacation is over, but it was still good because I am able to call Rome my home for now.
P.S. I found to-go nutella. It's a tin of nutella with a pack of pretzels to dip in. There really needs to be a support group for this kind of addiction.
Venice is just one "island community" (actually it's an amalgamation of 100 smaller islands) in the shallow brackish waters of the Laguna Veneta. There are several other island communities in this large (>200 square mile) lagoon that can be comfortably visited in an enjoyable day trip from Venice all easily accessible by vaporetto. Settlers fled to these islands ...