Villa Parco Hotel
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... and backpacks don't go thru security and finding your train, car, and seat is so very easy to do. Once into Venice, we get to our hotel with a quick 10 minute walk. It's quick but certainly not easy...multiple bridges across the water to get there. The hotel is super nice and the staff are very accommodating. Outside of the hotel and staff ...
... 0980392);">We then headed down to the palace gardens for the meeting point of our Venice city tour. Luckily we were leisurely at this stage given that was the only time it was going to happen.
... I think it is right.
So lets argue about it. !!!
Decide to give up and just follow the "master" as he knows all. (Silly Me)
2nd finding of the shop
Usually when we have ventured out we head towards the main San Marco square which is about a ten minute walk towards the lagoon , past the street hawkers and across a couple of bridges, through the piazza, past the big **** building surrounding the piazza and the Dumo, and find a ...
... leaving the palace we had a pasta lunch before going to a cool book shop. They had some cool stairs made of books and after we went to a art gallery. It was a old house converted to a gallery and we saw many paintings and sculptures and got a feel for the history of Venice. When we finished at the gallery we walked through the markets on the way back to our hotel. We were all tired and we watched a movie and had wraps while our parents went out for dinner. Tomorrow is Florence. ...
Afterwards, we took a private water taxi through the 'streets' of Venice. At night, you can see into many of the palaces, with their chandeliers, timber beam ceilings and paintings. Some of the homes weren't lit – obviously not everyone was home, but apparently some of them are abandoned due to the cost of maintaining these large homes. This was just so magical. Unfortunately, my camera battery died at this time (grrr), and I hadn't taken ...