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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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... evening. The tour was split into two groups of about 25 people each - so it was a pretty big group. The tour leader was fantastic - I did enjoy it - I wished it had gone for a bit longer. Tour was very informative Invention of of glass windows, water rising - flooding and the alert system used. Wells for catching clean water - now they are just decorative. Cleaning canals - emptying to clean out sludge Invention ...
... island of Burano so we can wander around and take pictures of the multi-colored houses there.
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... making up my mind whether or not to enter. So I rang for the shuttle bus and headed back to the pick up point. Mmm remember the maze! yes I took several wrong turns again! I followed the signs on the walls when I could find them but sometimes they were missing and I had to take a huge guess. I knew I was going back a different way and I tried to enjoy the new scenes unfolding before me but it was difficult all the while knowing I only ...
... very long for those that didn't. We got in with no problem. The sculpture was impressive. Very surreal. It was worth seeing. Went for a great pizza/ pasta lunch near the Duomo. Then we headed to the Ponte Vecchio for shopping. Very picturesque. Walked back to the train station to pick up our luggage and board the train to Venice. We are getting better at loading luggage on the train. Had a nice ride to Venice. Matthew ...
We ate and headed back to St Mark's. We were there by 9.30 and the entry line was very long. There is no charge to enter the Church/Basilica but certain areas within do require a fee to enter. By buying a reservation online for just a coupe of Euro we were able to cut to the front.
When we entered there were no photography signs displayed. Within 10 minutes I discovered that no one paid attention to ...