Marea Hotel Petit Palais
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... anything we could have planned. I forgot the map at the hotel room, which ended up making it more enjoyable. I've always seen us as wonderers anyways, and today was no different. We strolled along street after street, going across multiple canals and hundreds of storefronts. We stopped to take Brittany's infamous handstand picture on a bridge. I backed up at the top of the bridge and snapped a few good shots. I sat up and realize the worst, bird poop. Hands and pants, all ...
Final distance travelled: 3,850 nautical miles
The cruise had now officially ended. Out of our cabin by the required time of 07:45. No sign of Pika, our cabin steward, or as Roisin had christened him 'Pikey'. All I could think of adding was calling him, in my best pompous Capt. Mainwaring voice ‘stupid boy’!!
The ship actually docked slightly early at 08:25. We had our last breakfast in the restaurant and headed down to the ...
... artists. One was her second husband, Max Ernst who also helped her define her collection, which consists of over 200 paintings and sculptures
representing almost every modern art movement. There is one room dedicated to Jackson Pollock whom she discovered and promoted.
The Guggenheim is one of Venice’s most visited sights. The light-filled rooms and the modern canvases provide a striking contrast to the Renaissance ...
... tourists, so don't believe everything they say about the crowds. If you move just a couple of streets away from the obvious routes you will be on your own and can really enjoy the magic of Venice. From here I turned right and down passed the hospital, housed in the old Scuola di San Marco. At the end is the church of San Giovanni e Paolo, with the famous equine statue in the centre. Poor chap, Bartholomeo Coleono had insisted his statue were put in front of ...
... and people spent that! Afterwards, we got in the boat again and traveled to the main part of Venice to be dropped off at St Mark's Square. We were on our own for a couple of hours. Venice is crowded! Nevertheless, that didn't deter us from taking full advantage of those hours, walking the beautiful, narrow, streets and browsing the many shops. A highlight of that time was eating at a restaurant on the Grand Canal in the shadow ...