Villa Delle Palme
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Damn, I love water. I have to admit, I'm actually kinda used to seeing marble statues and massive stone structures by now. You can't swing a drunk German without hitting at least one or two. The canals and waterways around Venice, however, bring me back to my days of sailing, something I miss dearly. Our hotel here is amazing. Very modern, yet …
... waiters so service wasn't horribly fast, but we weren't in any rush and the food was decent.
After lunch, we found the water bus station and hopped on the bus back to St. Mark's square. The bus was packed so we had to stand during the journey. It was fun to see Venice go by out the windows of the bus. One of the sights was the other side of the Arsenale military complex we had seen yesterday. Within half an hour, we were back at St. Mark's ...
... goodness was a simple ramekin of jam, which we gently spread on them before savoring every last bite. Three espressos later and we were all finished. The visit to Al Covo was simply amazing. The key word there being simple, and I think that is what we are going to find everywhere we go here in Italia...simple, yet amazingly flavored food! Look forward to hearing about our dinner experience that evening in part two of this post; it was just too amazing to be lumped in with this one. ...
... these notes printed off, leaves one on your seat and then comes back for collection. The first time we saw it we screwed it up and this time we just ignored her all together. They are very well dressed and am sure this is a very healthy income for them. We had very little time to change trains for our journey to Venice so as soon as the train stopped we took off for the next platform. Luckily we were familiar with the station in Florence and made it in time. Phew!! We are also ...
... were introduced to the life of the Doge during the Italian Renaissance and during classic Venice. We walked across the Bridge of Sighs, which connects the Palace with the prison. The bridge is named the Bridge of Sighs, because of the sighing noise that prisoners would make when being moved from the court to the prison. This prison once housed Casanova. After the Doge's Palace we went into San Marco's Basilica. The "pre-church" where the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Villa Delle Palme Venice
We stayed here in Oktober. It was a nice adress being in Venice and at the same time in a quit place with a big garden. We had a big terrrace in our room. The room was very nice furnished, clean and new with a romantic, old style touch. Service was good and fríendly. A hotel I would always recommend my best freinds.
Beautiful Room, Friendly Service
This hotel used to be a mansion, we were at first discouraged by the "communal bathroom" option, it turns out to be a beautiful hotel, great room having separate bathroom in each room after renovation. The front desk person was very friendly. My friends & I wanted to get to the roof of the hotel. He overheard our wishes and gave us the key to go to the roof. He also gave a very good recommendation on an Italian restaurant ("Africa") nearby. But beware that this is located in Lido Beach (about 30-45 min to the Main islands by ferry). Ferry services to the main islands end before mid-night.
Very nice and good hotel
We have been in September 2002 for 3 days in this hotel. It has been wunderful days in venice and this hotel. It is really very romantic and not too expensive. The service was good. The rooms are new furnished in an old style.