Marea Hotel Giardinetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... and used the public wifi. We have to try and figure out how to get from Gatwick airport to our hotel which seems like a mission.
We headed back to our apartment for lunch and then walked to the meeting point for the tour. This tour is 2hours and 30mins is for the gondola ride. We got our headpiece so we could hear the guide and we both laughed when we heard 2 Americans ask the guide do you speak American and the tour replied I speak English. The guide ...
Got up early and caught the Aliliguna ( airport shuttle via water) from our stop Zacchara to the airport. It took a little over an hour, it didn't go very fast at all. It was about a 10 minute walk from the dock to the airport terminal. Check-in and security were easy. Our flight was on time and the plane was only half full so we were able to spread out. Upon arrival ...
... up and life around you is too colorful and happy and there are fishermen running around with the day's catch. Smell of sea food mixed with pizza. Colorful houses and small petit bridges. The whole place felt un real- dream like. It couldn't possibly be that a town so cute even existed. Well Burano did. It's the town thats known as the home to the fishermen.A few broken conversations where I spoke Spanish and the old Lady with the knitting kit spoke a dialect ...
... canal?) was that it's hard to find even with a map. I stumbled across one of it's back entrance by mistake. Bookshops always excite me. All that information, knowledge and potential for learning about stuff. This one did not disappoint. There is an English section but most of it is in Italian. The highlight isn't the material on offer, it's the concept of the shop itself. Most bookshops, while neat and tidy and easy to navigate, are sterile and lack any ...
... only to soon realise this was one of many we would see during our stay. The journey of 'the mask' in Venice's history is long and somewhat dark but has today become a huge source of profit from the tourist trade. I can understand why; they are beautiful, they tell a story and they are not something you would see everywhere else. I was pretty sold, conjuring up ways in which I could get a couple home. Unfortunately this never quite came into fruition, so perhaps we'll ...