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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... and wondering the many tourist hot spots we settle for some bruschetta and red wine! Sooo relaxing until I get shat on by a pigeon, that's ok I can handle that. Until I get shat on for the second time Looking for a gondola ride we find out how much they cost 80 euro!!! That's almost a whole days budget gone lol. We skip the gondola (as we didn't want to ride for 40 minutes anyway) ...
... chamber, would sigh as they caught their last glimpses of Venice through the tiny windows.
A few things I wanted to make note of was that 99% of the people we have come into contact with speak pretty good English and all of the menus are in Italian and English. Smoking is alive and well in Italy. Smoking is not allowed inside the restaurants but it is outside and it seems non-smokers are the minority. ...
I moved on to Palazzo Ducale. Somehow I managed to miss it when I was in San Marco's piazza the other day. I don't know how because its right next to the Piazza. The palazzo was home to the Doges of Venice. It was built in the 1400's. In true Italian style it was grandiose. As I walked into the palazzo I entered a huge courtyard with two wells. The guide from the night tour had explained that only the very wealthy could afford enough room to have one well, this place had ...
... agreed that the best part if being in Venice was 'getting lost in Venice'... maybe I should have map read after all! OOOooh I nearly forgot to say ( how could I)... On both evenings we had tea at a pizzeria recommended to us by our hotel and I have to say it was fabulous! Rachel had a carbonara pizza on both nights and I had a speck and rucola pizza which can only be described as divine! It was such a charming pizzeria ...
... island of Burano so we can wander around and take pictures of the multi-colored houses there.
Our hotel is lovely, and we had dinner at a restaurant a friend recommended. It was a tiny, out of the way place that had good prices and great food: Ostaria Ai Storti.