- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... dash off to the final part of our tour; a 5:30 p.m. Grand Canal tour - this time with a Italian gentleman by the name of Massimo.
Massimo gave us a lovely tour of the canal. He pointed out famous hotels and spots made famous in movies.. like the movie Casino where the building crumbled into the ocean - remember? You'll be happy to know that it is still in one piece! Oh - saw the villa where George Clooney recently got married...and saw the hotel ...
... continued on throughout the palaza, where we came across the weapons used by the Venetians in wars. There was so many things it was incredible. There were cross bows, spears, swords, guns, guns that were also crossbows and spears, swords that were also guns ...... (etc), we all saw the Venetians armour which was a little strange as they looked like you couldn't see through them. Anyway we eventually started to enter ...
... pretty spacious. I booked a private room as you can get a cheap ticket and share it with six people. There was ample over head storage space to place your luggage if you were an olympic weight lifter and could heave 70lbs bags over your head. We opted to let it consume 50% of the room real estate instead. I think the luggage has the first class seats on this trip. There was a little private sink and power (but no wifi). ...
... factory store where you just want everything, after that back on the bus and we went to the island of Burano with all the beautiful lace and linen we had our dinner then headed home and just made it because it started to pour down rain, we also had a tour of Doges Palace, oh we did this first then the islands. See you ...
... to go to the island of Maurano. Maurano is famous for glass shaping, we took a water bus there. At Murano we went into one of the glass shaping factory's where we got to see a demonstration of glass blowing and shaping. The man whom was shaping the glass firstly made a vase. The man first got the ball of melted glass and put it on a large hollowed stick and started to roll it into a rectangular shape. He then blew into the hollowed stick and expanded the ...