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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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The pieces I liked were of course more expensive, I don't know how I do that. He was pretty pleased with my choices, not because it was more expensive, but the crystal used were extra special. They were made from small glass rods that were 100 years old which you cant buy anymore. They were his special designs.
There is a mammoth process creating these pieces, like pottery. The design is created from coloured glass, then placed in a ...
... also happens to be a singer in a band) appeared at our table and sang to us. Naturally, we started talking about music and it turns out that he is a huge fan of rock and roll. We sang together for over an hour, covering everything from the Beatles to Alanis Morisette with a little Kiss and Bryan Adams (all his choices) thrown in the middle. So much fun. What a perfect first day in Venice. P.S. We love reading all of your comments! It helps to keep the homesickness at bay. ...
... the canals, sitting back in luxury and taking in the atmosphere. Once in a lifetime feeling!
Following that we did some 'people-watching' on the grand canal, sipping on a (very expensive) gin and tonic! Thousands of people around. We went back to Piazza San Marco at dusk and enjoyed the beautiful music and the whole experience. We had dinner at a little restaurant right beside one of the small canals. A delightful ...
... numbers that are "in Venice order". About 30 min. later we found our hotel. That was the beginning of spending most of our day lost. Luckily its a nice city to get lost in. Our hotel is right in downtown Venice and it actually is an old college dorm. The rooms remind both of us of our college days in the dorms. ...
... announcements as the runners came through and the applause and cheers of the crowds. The poor pigeons that usually crowd the Square didn’t have a chance!
We caught the faster vaporetto back which went around the docks where some mammoth American cruise ships were berthed.
Adele went back to the hotel and I rode the slow vaparetto to the Lido and back, taking still photos along the way.