Vena d'Oro Hotel Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of those balls until we saw a gondola and we went on the gondola and it went on the water roads that looked like one way water roads and in some of the houses there was water on the bottom. On the gondola the person that was pushing said that Tim had to sit on one side because he liked it leaning so that when we went under a bridge it didn't scrape. Some people were taking pictures of us and then they copied us and went on a gondola. We ...
... a few blocks, and up (very long seeming) flight of stairs to get to our hotel. Phew.
That sucked up quite a bit of our day, but we did manage some sight-seeing. We had the obligatory gondola ride, which was quite expensive, but does give one a very different and interesting perspective. We also saw the the Frari church, which does have an impressive quantity of art (and ...
... leave. We wandered through the lanes and alleys looking at the shops that were open and then the rain started, and got heavier and heavier. John and Graham bought umbrellas at the first shop we came to. After about a half an hour of dodging puddles Christine spotted a shop with gumboots outside and made a purchase. Two pairs of wet shoes is more than enough. The gumboots may end up filled with clothes to get them home! We walked to San Marco Square only to find it ...
... that in Europe. We would definitely travel by train again over here. So easy and relatively cheap.
We left on the 8.30am train and got into Venice 24 minutes late, at 11am, after a really relaxing ride reading and charging our Kindles on the way. We got off the train and had our first sight of the Grand Canal. We queued for the water bus (vaporetta) and got on the number 2 to St Mark's Square. we quickly realised we had made a mistake and were going the wrong ...
... which was a pity as the gards were pretty (especially the roses) and some of the statuary was facinating. Next it was back on the 4.1 and on to Murano - the glass blowers Island. Here we made our way to the "Fornace" where they do glass blowing demos - some of the stuff is hideous while others are beuatiful artworks (and very pricey - didn't buy any of those) chose a few kiln glass pendants and that was about it. Wandered about ...