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... following the satnav to one hotel I passed another which looked good called the "Hilton Garden Inn" and so went in to investigate and sure enough I ended up booking for two nights.
This being Venice I knew it would be expensive but that is what happens when one stays in these tourist hotspots of the world.
Tomorrow's plan is to go and explore Venice and find out about the ferry to Greece and mainly relax which is what I am going to do right now.
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...got their share from us today !
Had another good night's sleep, however no hot water meant Ken had a cold shower. After contacting the owners, Ken managed via phone instructions to get the boiler working again and Bec had a hot shower. We headed out to the local square to look at some murals dedicated to the memory of Venetian Jews lost in the holocaust. Our apartment is in the Jewish Quarter ...
... 8217;s and is used by the people of 2014 as an urban centre. All the high end stores were here along with endless restaurants and cafes etc. lining the streets. Padua also hosts the second oldest university in Italy and once had the honour of Galileo being a professor here. Padua U is right in the heart of the city and today was graduation day. We learned that what we thought was a hazing was actually a celebration. Each grad student ...
... declined the invitation, went back downstairs and made a bee line for the Correr Museum, the former short-lived residence of Napoleon when France took over Venice. Soon after his conquest, he ceded his Italian conquests to the Hapsburgs -- Austria. The Correr Museum offered an overview of Venetian history, quiet in the storm of tourists, some lovely views into The Piazza San Marco, and, after we were done with the museum, ...
... is a surprise around every corner. Newness of the old. Saints onna stick. Crumbling elegance, especially around piazza San Margharita. Rion was surprised to find a Disney shop in the middle of Venice, not far from the Rialto bridge. He also liked the Rialto bridge, with all the stores and people but also liked the lack of traffic and no traffic noise (a big problem in Rome). Me. What I liked wasn't in Venice, but it was all around it. I still bought the T-shirt ...