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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we opted for a gondola ride . It was about 2pm by this stage and some of the gondola drivers were on their wine break. Still we found a nice enough fellow - who looked strangely like Brian Mannix from Uncanny X-Men - and we hopped on board his gondola for a 25 minutes cruise of the canals. This gentleman was a good driver and knew his way around the canal, but not very talkative. We asked how long he had been driving - 30 years. And how deep are the canals - 2m. And ...
... Belleek Pottery in north Ireland mailed about five pieces home about a month ago and it still hasn't arrived???
The American Nanny State bureaucrats whose goal in life is to remove all fear and risk from everything would be in the throes of a conniption fit over this scene. Small children, locals, hanging out over the rail of the boat we were traveling on from our parking garage to the main island.
... lots of great Venetian artifacts and history. We hopped on a Vaporetto and went to the wine bar Cantina di Schiavi in Dorsoduro and had wine and chequetti. We walked along the south side of Venice (Zattere) and after a quick stop in our room we headed to the Lido. Took another vaporetto back to the Rialto and stopped in two more wine bars with more chequetti, one being Do Mori which is the oldest wine bar in Venice. At sunset, we headed to the ...
... cold on the water bus. The water bus was big, but there were lots of people so there wasn't much space. Then we went for walk and after we went for a walk we went on a gondola. The gondola was fun. The gondola was black with gold sea horses. When we got off the gondola we had lunch in St. Marks Square which had a big tower. I drew a picture of the tower. When we had finished lunch we went up the tower. There was a shop on top of the tower ...
... to enjoy a night at a beautiful restaurant only a short walk from St Marks Square. We were then able to enjoy the serenity of this place after dinner given most tourists had departed. The next day was ours to enjoy on the island just soaking up the atmosphere! From our gondoler ride to shopping, to wandering the streets, crossing the Grand Canal over the Rialto Bridge and stumbling across churches and of course the Basilica of St Marks, it was all ...