Hotel Savoia Thermae & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a sense of our time there. It was so calm and quaint and a nice respite from the crowds at San Marco. It felt like we had traveled to a seaside resort village. Oh, wait...we did!
When we returned from our quiet island visit, we headed through the crowds to the Jewish quarter to see if we could get in on the last tour for the day at 5:30. We tried to get to a restaurant that was recommended by our friend Jan to make ...
... he didn't know??? Maybe he didn't know because I didn't buy an umbrella…Mel got the idea to watch people with suitcases getting off the next bus so we fell in with them and found it. Armed with Bruno's instructions to find our loft apartment, we managed to get on the correct vaporetto. Although it was raining then, it started raining even harder as soon as we got off the boat and began ...
... deep. So these guys went to the other side of the Adriatic to get alder trees from Slovenia, Croatia, even down as far as Montenegro. Why? Alder is a particularly water resistant wood! Quite necessary in these conditions!
In fact, Venice has been inhabited since about the 5th century, originally by lagoon dwellers, mainly fishermen. On the mainland, Mestre is the main suburb. To put it all into perspective, about 60,000 people live in ...
... tell the story and beautifully capture that moment.
We stayed in the Connereggio district just off the Campo San Apostoli, a beautiful square with a canal running along its edge and just ten minutes from our vaporetto stop. Our hotel, the Bernardi, was down a very narrow street, our room three floors up, no elevator. Poor BJ. The church of San Apostoli has a large bell tower and we woke to its sound every morning. There is ...
... 2 cops that were standing near something with a large silver/foil
looking blanket laid over it. A chef was looking worried nearby. We continued on, thinking someone had just been busted for counterfeit bags or the like.We
got to San Marco square and listened to the beautiful bands playing
with their sound penetrating the entire square. The arrangement of
sounds they exhibited was incredible and so easy on the ears. It was
lovely. We got photos of the ...