TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kristall San Dona Di Piave
The location is perfectly central and easily accessible. Excellent wifi and lovely sized rooms.
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location: San Donà Di Piave Making Birthday Fun -—-—-—-—-— ;-—- The title of this blog kind of sells it. Today was a fairytale day with ALICE IN WONDERLAND AND SNOW WHITE in the mix. Both schools we visited were new to Theatrino and were very welcoming to us - we even had a newspaper reporter come in to take …
... to protect against water damage. There are bridges big and small everywhere and some are even private entrances. You only walk or boat here no cars or bicycles are allowed. Jeff was right Venice is not a clean city and there were pigeons everywhere but oddly I kept commenting on its old world charm. We learned about famous venetians like Marco Pollo, the explorer who walked to China in the 12th century and of course the ...
... supermarket the next day, she got her biggest bite yet!
Although the weather through us some curve balls (the second day we had thunder/lighting/rain storm which actually cooled the weather down), we found Venice to be absolutely breathtaking. One of our favorite parts about Venice was discovering a little chocolate shop that made the best gelato either one of us has EVER had!
Overall, we really enjoyed our short time in Venice.
... not when it was simply a tourist trap. It is sad to think that Venice is only home to about 60,000 people now, who mostly run the shops and transportation. The industry which once defined Venice has come to an end. It all felt to me like I was seeing the pretty facade of an empty building. The real Venice has disappeared.
After spending Friday wandering around the main island city, Marta and I got a boat ...
We were in Venice and no internet point that we could find so we are now catching up.
First class on the fast train to Venice - wow!!
It went 200km an hour and we arrived in Venice at noon.
Climbed onto the ferry, standing room only and got off at the Rialto stop.
Our landlady Serena met us at the stop and led us through narrow crowded streets to our wonderful apartment, posh in fact, close to everything. ...