Vena d'Oro Hotel Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of my classmates for a tour of Dorsoduro. It was all in Italiano and I understood most of it. It finished at 10 and i walked back to the house with 2 classmates. Stopping to buy a panini and a HUGE bottle of wine on the way. I ate at the house with a girl from Japan, conversing in Italian. Now it's midnight and time for bed. Can't wait to see what tomorrow will ...
... far away Trattoria called dalla Marisa. When we made our reservation my dad said they said no fish today only meat., strange. When we arrived the restaurant was a small hole in the wall joint with a set menu and turned out to be one of the most fabulous meals we had on our trip of Europe. Also a huge party of local people filled the restaurant a half hour after we arrived all singing,laughing and cheering. It was ...
... other girl, popping in an out of shops selling everything from tiny pigs made of glass to a matching earring and necklace set to giant glass plates.
After this we went to nearby Burano, and it felt a little bit like being vortexted into a tiny Cornish village. Tiny tiny terraced cottages painting every colour of the brightest rainbow were on the island selling Murano glass(and cheaper Chinese imports) and Burano lace (most adorable ...
... from the train station to our hotel on a vaporetto (canal taxi) was a nice one and a good way to start a new day in a new place. It was like entering a different world. Barb and Rich, seeing it for the first time, were really impressed.
We stopped for coffee and tea in Piazza San Marco, the iconic focal point of Venice. We had some time to kill, so sitting in the shade and listening to live classical music ...
... now sits proudly on top of the blue Sesame Street-esque puppet at home).
Although I've seen it so many times in films, I was blown away by the Grand Canal we sat on a jetty dangling our feet over the side near the Rialto bridge watching the water taxis, vaporetta and the gondoliers rowing in their matching coloured tracksuits.
The famous St Marks Square contains the Doge's Palace and St Marks Basillica. Whilst ...