Hotel Vina del Mar Pineta
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we went to Venice. We took a gondola ride it was for 30 mins. We went shopping and I brought charm bracelets.we looked around at the castle and the city. There were a lot of bridges.On the boat we had a life boat drill.Then we had dinner and went to Fun ...
... building has a carved statue or painting on it. The Grand Canale is fab! Tomorrow we are getting passes to travel on Water Taxis up and down the canale. Some houses (most actually) have the entrance to the houses right on the water. So you basically imaging that there are to massive walls going up either side of the canale and in some places of the wall doors have been put there. From ...
... the way we found what we thought was an American coffee shop, so
of course we had to stop. Of course it was nothing like one. I just miss a normal size American Starbucks coffee. Not a 4 euro shot of coffee and some milk added.
We arrived in San Marco and noticed the cylindrical architecture of what looked like a castle in the middle of the square. We saw the Church of San Marco, easily the most
intricate church I have ...
... Wow, talk about an introduction to Venice, as we cruised down the Canal Grande we looked and pointed at more beautiful architecture and lovely balconies. The canal was alive with vapretto, traghettos and gondalas transporting thousands of snap happy tourists to their Veneto accommodation. Once at our stop we made our way off the vapretto and found ourselves in this tiny narrow street, no wider than our suitcases. We dragged our ...
... we were looking for and pointed us in the correct direction. Turns out we had walked right by the place without even realizing it. After taking some time to freshen up we went out to consume some much needed wine and pizza. Nothing brightens your mood more than when a server at a restaurant, who is clearly milking the fact that you're a tourist, starts calling you "signora" and "beautiful lady" in a great Italian accent. Tonight we had much wine. We ...