Villa Condulmer Hotel
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... afternoon in a procession of queues. Finally on board to find our room wasn't right, then queued up again to do a safety drill (thanks Costa Concordia). However once given some freedom it was great to discover this ship was WAY bigger than the Pacific Sun. What's more, the kids a three years older, wiser and independent. Bar crawls here we ...
... around past our hotel (Liassidi Palace) and All the other ancient buildings,palaces etc. Our gondolier filled us in on some history of Venice and how the city has sunk 1 metre since it was built 10,000 years ago (( or maybe the water is rising) you could see the steps under the water where they once walked into the buildings on the first floor which is no longer occupied ,not all are like this Around 6 we ventured out again for a ...
... the experience was one of reflection. With only glimpses of what was behind the barrier walls, all of the focus was turned inward to give the space true meaning and importance to the visitor. There was also a focus on water throughout the design, with reflection ponds and small water basins that rippled throughout the garden. The way the concrete was poured, water was choreographed through the various structures, rather than simply running off ...
... 2 euros it is a good way to take a Gondola ride without forking out the rest. But be warned it'll leave you wanting more!
At this point we felt as if we had walked for miles. So as the sun went down we made our way back to the hotel. Today we would see Venice by the way it is intended by boat!
Day 2 - Venice by Boat
After a big long thing last night we had decided we just had to get a Gondola ride. Who knows when we would be in Venice again. And what trip ...
... to the shops. In the 7th century Venice started the doge system ..,, system of leadership and government they have the longest history of democratic government . They established themselves as merchants. In 828 AD some went to Egypt stole the body of Saint Mark and established him as saint of Venice. ... Saint Marks bones still lie in the church in Saint Marks square. The winged lion is the symbol of Saint Mark and these statues are seen throughout ...