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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rossi Venice
Very small rooms and it was down a Venician alleyway. THe location was good but that was about it. Would not recommend this hotel.
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... of- acqua alta. This is where the city
floods, sometimes up to knee height. It only used to happen ten times a year-
but now is up to 60 and most frequently
in November and December. Learning this made us a little wary of our
visit, but we were blessed with sunshine (to the point of coat removal) and no
We arrived in Venice (the canal section, not the mainland) when it was already
dark (so 4:30pm haha) after a stop over in Milan and it ...
... swung from swings on the ceiling, the effects and costumes were really well done. We chilled in our room until it was time to try the Chocolate Buffet... Put on especially for the last night. The galley had created their own chocolate masterpieces and they were displayed around the chocolate desserts. We sampled quite a few of the desserts. To be honest, they weren't amazing. Oh well, at least we got ...
... 8211; I was surprised that they didn’t charge me for the tap water. We sat there in recovery mode watching the boats on the Canal congratulating on saving ourselves €20 ... Oh how that would change an hour or two later!!
We ended up sharing a sandwich - speck with eggplant and something - it was very nice, then we used their facilities - yay again free- then walked to the station – yesterday we accidentally discovered a way to ...
... Carlo Scarpa, a Venetian architect, in 1961 and completed in 1963. Venice, being notorious for flooding, played a major role in its design around water. As the sea level rises, many of the 1st floors of Venetian buildings would (and still do) flood. This has caused these areas to go generally unused (which is why you may find no lights on at night on 1st floors there). To help solve this problem for this mansion-turned-museum, Scarpa designed a first floor that used a lot of stone ...
... in her housecoat. Over the course of the day we repeatedly stepped onto the balcony to catch views in both directions and found ourselves being greeted by the "Buongiorno!" of passing tourists taking their memorable ride. We found ourselves the objects of excited shutter bus no doubt thinking they were catching an amazing view of locals in their natural habitats, and we allowed them the illusion.
Our day consisted of mostly touristy things, more ...