Hotel Forte del 48
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to before Christ mounted above the main entrance to the church overlooking the square. The original horses are in the museum up the stairs which has a good explanation and demonstration of all the different mosaic styles and then a close up of the real horses before going out onto the viewing deck to walk around for pictures of the whole square and Islands. We then crossed to the tower and waited about 15 minutes to take the elevator to the ...
... is not the place to live if you are prone to sea-sickness. Some of the water in the canals can get quite choppy just from all the boat traffic. Getting about is fairly easy, once you figure out the system of diagrams and numbers. One of the water busses that we rode in, was having engine problems, and stalled each time we came to a "bus" stop. It made for some interesting hard landings.
Today we went to Murano Island, where they have the famous ...
Today at 11 AM we did an island tour on a boat We went to Marrano Burano Torcello We watched them do the glasswork It was very hot today We got home at 3:30 PM stayed in our room until teatime We had pizza for lunch and tea again We watched a documentary on Wales and ...
... of these things excited me. The last island we visited used to be my favourite - Burano, but whereas it used to be such a quiet little place with its beautiful coloured houses, a few wonderful seafood restaurants and a few little old ladies with lace workshops, it has now been a victim of its own success and has been spoilt. There were far too many people and lace shops (most of the lace wasn't made on the island) and tourist style restaurants rather ...
... the house like I was almost never gone. Although I have been asked to tell my "craziest abroad story" more times than I care to think about, sharing my experiences with everyone have made me realize just how special my semester abroad really was. I also realize that this blog helped me reflect on the experience as I went along, so I want to thank all of you for reading! If I haven't been able to see you yet, I will soon, and would love to tell you more in person about my experience!