Hotel Minerva & Nettuno
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... about. They grab some pizza in a little square and have a drink at a place called Orange Bar. The bartender there is awesome and hands out a bunch of free shots to us. Exhausted, Travis, Kathryn, and Amanda head home for sleep around 1 am (Kathryn needs to find her way to the airport around 4 am) while Andrew and Paul stay at the Orange Bar hoping things might pick up. Unfortunately, they don't realize that the place is ...
... the top is fantastic and I knew she would love it. And yes, she was happy that I made her wait in line once she got up the top and saw the view over all the terracotta rooftops and out across the lagoon. We could see Murano, Burano, the Cimetero, Lido etc.
Next we strolled along the lagoon front looking towards the other end of Venice and found an artist selling paintings we both really liked. Beautiful colours in his original oil paintings. A ...
This year for Spring Break, I had 9 days to travel with. Bram and I decided that Italy would be a good place to go, as there are many places worth seeing. We decided on 3 places: Venice, Cinque Terre, and Rome. Our first stop was Venice!
We arrived at the smaller airport about an hour away from Venice at around 1 o'clock on Saturday. We took a bus into the city and then hopped on a water ferry to take us to our hostel. Our hostel was actually located on a ...
... night is spectacular. Hanging above the streets are white Christmas lights that illuminate the streets at night. It is very pretty. Our final activity of the day was to get a glass of hot wine. For those that have never had hot wine, it tastes more like cider than wine, but that could have just been the kind I had. Either way, i definitely recommend it.
As I said before, Venice is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen. I think it is ...
... so we closed these every night along with the windows and not only was it pitch black, we couldn't hear a thing from outside.
The hotel also had a lovely communal terrace, which is very well signposted and has a great
view of the Bridge. It was lovely to sit up there with a slice of pizza and a bottle of wine and watch the world go by.
The breakfast was very nice, continental, but it had more than a lot of UK continental breakfasts consist of. ...