Il Mercante di Venezia
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
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... entire governing body. While the Doge did live in an apartment in the palace, it was a building used primarily for government activities and for the law courts. The latter of these is connected to the former prison by the famous bridge of sighs. This is named for the sound prisoners would make while being escorted to the cells and getting their last glimpse of freedom through its small square windows.
After the palace, we joined our ...
... stay for coffee and we did not leave a tip.
We had been wandering around the Jewish quarter of Venice and had sat ourselves down at a table in a square, outside a cafe. We ordered two beers and whilst we were waiting, a woman in a burkha with a number of children sat down at the next table. She was soon joined by several more women and even more children of varying ages. Having taken all the chairs around us and made us feel as though we were being pushed out, they ...
... part of Venice, exhausted (remember we got up early) and with aching feet we see a delightful looking restaurant on the canal - exactly the kind of place Aida told us to avoid, but this is our last day of vacation and my feet hurt so we sit down, fully prepared to accept the service charge. They are serving water in Murano glasses, it is probably going to be expensive....we order and thoroughly enjoy. I heartily recommend Algiubagio .
... Venice. It's beautiful. I think Venice will be my favourite place. The streets, the atmosphere. I love it all. We dropped our bags off at our hotel and right away walked around. Lori had her best coffee in Italy here. A decent size. We went to St Marc's square, Rialto bridge and generally got lost in the streets. Rialto bridge is under construction ...
... not big fans of the crowds so hit the waterways to explore the islands of Murano, Burano, Torcello and Lido. We spent a lot of time on the Vaporettos, a nice break from being on our feet. We averaged 20,000 steps for each of the 3 days, not a bad achievement. Jane and I were seduced by the leather goods (and yes, we were guilty of buying a couple of hand bags) and fine glass pieces.
If you are ever visiting Venice, don't miss the spectacular showroom ...