Locanda Al Piave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... her a horse with a horn when I left. We were then taken thru to the showroom in the front with more reasonably priced trinkets to purchased some genuine necklaces etc for the kids and my sister. They were saying that the majority of glass in Venice that is marked Murano is fake Chinese copies so at least I know we got the real stuff even tho it was pricey. Joe said that Umberto himself insisted that Australia has the best glass for blowing ...
... we finally have some decent Wi-Fi) and spent the rest of the day exploring Venice. There is a public transport system, except it is by water. You can purchase daily passes that will allow you to ride the water buses, so that’s what we did, stopping at some of the main attractions such as St. Mark’s Square, and cruising the Grand Canal. (it’s about 2 miles long and cuts through the centre of the city in a big S-shape.) We’ve seen ...
... were the prices. Basically its all about the artist - value wise. Sorry no pics allowed by copyright. Saw an old gondola, made in the 1930s. M bought a nice necklace. Back to the hotel and freshened up. David's health deteriorating as he has a bad cold and blood noses. Took water taxis down the grand canal to St Peters square just as the sun was setting and it really was magic weaving in and out of the water traffic with not a care in the world. Then ...
Another beautiful day in this magical and unique city. I went out for a walk early this morning and not much was happening as it was Sunday morning. Neither the fish nor vegetable markets were operating and the city had an eerie and lonely feel feel but I only came across one homeless person sleeping rough. After a lovely breakfast in the hotel we set off to walk to St. Marks Square to board a boat to take us on a cruise of the lagoon, visiting the islands ...
... see the index an thumb bones of Galileo preserved, which was pretty darn cool to my science-minded side.
On the 29th, we flew back to Madrid from Bologna so we could catch our transatlantic flight the next day back to the United States. We decided to spend these last few hours of our vacation back in Alcalá, my home base for the semester! This allowed me to say goodbye one last time to Julia, my host mom, and also to take one last memorable walk through the ...