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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that was built in 1077. We toured the many levels with a group of at least twenty people where the attractions were passed on through an audio tour. Of our group there must have been at least five different languages being spoken through the handheld devices. Afterwards the castle conducted a demonstration of "Falconing." A large crowd gathered in the castles courtyard as men and women dressed like Robin Hood appeared with the large ...
... loft. The first and only thing Elena said to us in English was "I don't speak English". But she showed us around in Italian and we figured things out fine.
Shortly after Mel saw the bathtub, she was soaking in it. I was ready to go out but she was fading. After all, we have now been up for 24 hours. (We didn't sleep on the last flight either…well actually I dozed off for a ...
Wednesday 4/12 Up much too early considering the temperature, but just right for seeing Venice, I caught a bus into town with a map and a plan - not that either were of much use where I was going. Lost within about 5 minutes, I quite happily wandered my way through the streets to the Accademia Bridge and St Mark’s Square, where stands the magnificent St Mark’s Church and the bell-tower, along with the huge Doge's Palace. The square and surrounding streets were populated ...
... Venice to see the Ghetto, where they kept the Jewish people for 400 years, with only 1 entry and 1 exit and the buildings are the tallest in all of Venice to house everyone who used to live there. It was very old buildings and there was a memorial to look at. We walked through there and made our way to the Rialto Bridge, which again was so busy with people everywhere and gondola rides going non stop, however we weren't interested in doing one. We walked back through the streets ...
... and expensive. The ride itself was overpriced but it's the thing to do in Venice and I feel people do it just to say they've done it. 5) there's not a lot to actually do - the main thing to do in Venice is, well, see Venice. People come here to ride a gondola, and see st marks square. That's about it. That said, Venice was a one of a kind city. There's really nothing like it and its what makes it so attractive, I'm glad we got to see it. Arrivederci Italia, until next ...