Le Ville del Lido Suite Residence
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... lunch so we walked over the bridge to the Vaporetto station on the opposite side of the canal for our ten-fifteen minute ride to Cannaregio and the start of our search!
After eliting from the water bus we followed the crowd down a passageway which led to the open, more spacious commercial centre. Either side lined with wonderful shops and lots of locals doing their daily shopping.
Mingled with the locals were obvious tourists, most in small ...
... The buildings here have marble floors , but they are often uneven and sunken. Very full after a late lunch so we head out for a short walk around the neighbourhood and have a few drinks at the bar with other guests before retiring. The internet is only avail in the lobby so many people are out there including us. Great to chat and socialise, even though half of us have the dreaded lurgy bug... M is feeling better though and so am ...
... between 6 and 8am 6 days a week and it is collected during the day. Many people have hooks on their walls to hang the bag to keep it off the ground. I have not yet seen a rat and hope for it to stay that way!
It is also illegal to feed the pigeons.
Toilets are well hidden and rare. When desperate enough to come across one you then pay for the privilege.
Our lights at home are like gas lights, you flick the switch, and go away for a minute or two ...
... again) and went straight across to Murano island. The glass blowing exhibition was very good. We watched in amazement as he handled this molten sand/silicon like it was nothing. The owner of the factory - Gino Mazzuccato - came in and made a large glass balloon which he promptly hit on the ground to make an enormous sound. I nearly jumped out of my skin!! It really was excellent. We then high tailed it back over to San Marcos piazza. We had missed Mass ...
... are fixed in position.
Below the clock is the archway, two storeys high, through which the street known as the Merceria leaves the Piazza on its way to the Rialto. We walked through the narrow streets towards the Rialto Bridge. Our guide pointed out significant buildings and lovely piazzas. There were water fountains in each piazza where the water was collected from the roofs of the houses and channelled down pipes to the tanks which filtered the water for ...