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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... influence of antiquity, with lions, mythological statues and Greek marble columns. It was the first Renaissance work in Venice (1460). The biggest lion, on the left, used to guard the entrance to the port of Piraeus in Athens.
In its heyday the Arsenale produced two ships a day.
The buildings and production areas retained their original function until the beginning of World War I and were subjected, by reason of ...
... I chose the traditional blue colour of the Murano glass that has a tree of life worked into it and when you hold it up to the light it becomes even more beautiful.
Back in the boat and on to the island of Burano. Burano is a very old fishing village that is also famous for it’s handmade lace. Vivana had the water taxi drop us off on the far side of the island so we walked through the village streets. Here everyone leaves ...
Saying goodbye to Venice was sad. I think I barely scratched the surface even though I walked and walked and walked all over. It's amazing how things manage there. There are as many vendors, shops, restaurants as there are tourists and you can barely make it down some the roads side by side, let alone bring anything other than a hand cart down. All the rest is done by boat and man power. I think ...
Had a good sleep at Hotel Arlecchino. Christine not 100% thanks to a dodgy Dubai quiche? We needed to take things easy and not stray too far from home. I was able to squeeze in a run along the canals only meeting with dead ends on a few occasions. The prime destination for the day was Piazza San Marco and the Palazzo Ducale. St. Marks Square was teeming with kids on excursions! Mostly teenage kids who looked like they would rather be ...
... turned out the lights so people could sleep, I decided to get some lotion from the welcome kit they gave us. After applying it to my arms and legs, I noticed it had a minty odor. Turned out to be toothpaste!!! Made it to Venice! It is surreal. The old buildings are beautiful. Our room is the size of a regular bedroom, but the bathroom does have a bidet. We had local red wine and pizza for dinner.time for bed, we are ...