Hotel Palazzo Vitturi
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So, after the most fabulous wedding day and night, we are ready for some Rest & Relaxation in Italy... A bit of Dolce Vita, climbing mountains, Via Ferrata, running through war trenches, scrambling at 3,000 meters high... R&R, what R&R??
After saying goodbye to the family, we boarded our plane in direction of the romantic …
... a ripple. We are able to watch the sun set over this lovely part of the world and it is not without trepidation that I eventually go to some of the lower decks seeking some entertainment. We get some dinner and try and figure out the way everything works, we get some tips in this from an Aussie couple who come from Toowoomba. They are nice, but pass sitting with us to eat because they prefer to sit with people from ...
... Queensland who are also staying at the hotel. The Nieuw Amsterdam is a colossal ship – to us anyway. Since then we have heard there are much bigger ones around. Excellent cabin, high up, large balcony, quite a subdued but a tasteful décor. Air conditioning is very efficient. Departure at 2 pm. Few blasts of the horn, and exit to the Adriatic via 3 canals and we are off to our first stop, Kotor, ...
... walking for a continutous 8 hours, we managed to cover every part of Venice, even took the ferrys to the long skinny island, which has far less tourist and I think might actually be home to some Italians,
It seems harldy any Italians live in Venice anymore, they more so just go there for work.
Went back and had dinner and chats with everyone in the dorm.
... difficulties in staying in Venice though, is actually staying in Venice. It can be incredibly expensive to book a bed in a hostel, let alone a private hotel room, and it can get surprisingly cold in the autumn months if you're thinking of finding a quiet alley or park bench to spend the night (not that I ever would, but just so that you know). Now you might be wondering who the miniature woman in a pharmacy lab coat is and how she got such a prime spot in my travelling update. This is ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palazzo Vitturi Venice
Palazzo Vitturi is only a few minutes walk from St Mark's Square but away from the touristy path, which makes it perfect for a romantic weekend! The staff was so friendly and we were nicely surprised with a letter from the manager upgrading our room for our honeymoon, together with a concert discount and a chilled bottle of Prosecco! A very special welcome!
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