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- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... one window was open ). We wondered from room to room viewing the amazing architecture and smelling all the products used to create perfume. After doing this we bought a vaporeto (water bus) card that allows us to travel non stop for a month. Then using this card we caught a boat around the canals and back to the San Marco stop. As we passed through I bought a Venetian cap and then we headed back to our apartment, we had some gnocchi for dinner and then went to ...
... odour, it was nothing to complain about. We made sure to visit all of the important landmarks, such as the Grand Canal and its famous bridges, as well as St. Marco’s Square and adjacent buildings. Most of them we found by accident, because Venice is nearly impossible to navigate.
The Doge 's Palace is an absolute must-visit during a stay here. The interior is so opulent and incredible, I had a hard time believing it. There are ...
Venice is a small island 'nation' that encompasses about 177 islands of which Venice, Lido and Murano are perhaps the most renowned. I learned that this used to be an independent nation and was governed by a series of Doges (pronounced "dod-gees"). Some were very dodgy indeed! I found the buildings here quite astonishingly amazing. The 'streets' are very narrow, they twist ...
... leading us away from any nearby vaporetto stations. Oh how naive I had been! I had no choice but to continue on with her. They say that you haven't been to Venice until you've been lost in Venice, and boy was I lost. My heart was racing with anxiety as the minutes slipped away and my surroundings remained foreign and the rendezvous point an indeterminate distance away. I had no idea if we were even going in the right direction, and as Kate ...
... try to imagine a time when Venice was more then a romantic honeymoon destination. The Venetian art we saw seemed very focused on textures and pattern, and not terribly concerned with the figure itself. I was excited to see the Da Vinci exhibit, but unfortunately it was "coming soon" not there yet. We found a great Gyro shop for lunch and camped out in our room for a nap. When we woke up it was pouring rain and we needed to walk back to ...