Vena d'Oro Hotel Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Early start with a boat ride to a glass factory. We saw how they made glass objects. Then they let us roam in their shop. Not cheap, but the products were gorgeous. Ornaments, glasses, chandeliers, jewellery. The Venetians are renowned for their coloured glass making and mask making. We then found a coffee shop and sat for an hour ...
... their wares, soaking up their warmth, and mostly borrowing their roof as our poor old cheaply-built-yet-expensive-London-tour ist umbrella eventually fell into the bin BUT WAS REPLACED BY A SHINY NEW BIGGER HIGH QUALITY PURPLE ONE! The new umbrella has been our wisest investment decision since we married all those weeks ago.
As all streets in Venice are laid out like a Curly Wurly pretzel we somehow found ...
... third year in industry and I ended up in a house with three guys in Sheffield. They all rode dirt bikes! Anyway, this house was bloody freezing in Winter and I had the "box room" above the hallway, which was the worst. During December, the inside of my bedroom window used to have a quarter of an inch of ice on the inside, which stayed right through till the end of January! They breed them tough in the North of England!
Despite the ...
... sort of liquid form.
After St. Mark's we headed across the canal to visit the San Salut, the church built after a plague had wiped out a third of the city. Much of the church was undergoing restoration so we could not see a lot of it but its interior is quite somber while on the outside there is over one hundred statues in the facade.
We then went to the Guggenheim and went through its excellent collection of Modern ...
... around our area. We then went back to the hotel again to get changed for dinner. We
had seen a beautiful place along the water of the grand canal and it
was surprisingly inexpensive. So we decided to go there. Povoledo.When
we got there we got the last couples table that was right on the edge
of the water. We had a view over the grand canal and to the main bridge
near the train station (ponte ????)We got given our menus but we pretty much knew what we ...