Locanda Al Piave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After breakfast we explored around our hotel and found the shopping areas that were more for locals. We bought water, and, back at the hotel, we met our guide and started our two hour walking tour. We saw the fish, meat and produce market, lots of back streets, San Marco Square, the palace, the Bridge of Sighs. It was good ...
... clock strikes the hour so it's an experience in itself. The bridges crossing the grand canal are pieces of art in themselves! Most are lined with people stood looking out over the canal, I dread to think how busy it would be in the summer or when a carnival is on!! We spent the rest of the day just wandering around. Working our way down the streets, it really is like a very beautiful maze. We went for dinner off the beaten path at a pizzeria where we sat next to the canal. We will miss ...
... wise beyond their years. We decided to spend an entire day together in Venice. I seriously couldn't have met two sweeter girls.
Venice was beyond charming and wonderful. The canals were beautiful and San Marco really was gorgeous despite all the pigeons and gulls. I enjoyed gettin lost in the areas less travelled by tourists of course but this was worth the crowd. The girls and I ...
... of Venice. Then we hop on a vaparetto (water bus) for a ride along the Canal Grande and our stop, San Silvestre. We pass under the famous Ponte di Rialto, which is crowded with people. Bob and Doreen have called ahead to our B&B and we are to be met. After introductions with Tanya, we are off, through increasinglyrn narrow pedestrian streets. Then it is a three flight climb to our rooms, of course lugging our suitcases. Unfortunately about ...
... tour but the tour schedule was switched around for each bus so that we never saw more than one other group at any of the sites we visited. It would be a good plan to spread the cruise ship visitors around so that no one site gets too crowded with their own ship's tourists. The problem we had though wasn't that the Spirit had 8 busloads of tourists but that there were so many other tourists not from our ship. ...