Marea Hotel Petit Palais
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... for a picnic, refuge from the hustle and bustle of the Venetian tourist crowds and a wonderful playground for the kids! It's the place I envisaged prior to coming to Europe, where the kids would be able to play and mix with the local kids, and they did! We also did our own grand walking lap of the island, taking in San Marco, Accademia, Rialto etc, but the biggest highlight for all of us was the park and the local ...
Caught the vaporetto to Burano (7 Euro for a 60 minute ticket) and sloshed our way around the streets. Unfortunately, there was no real atmosphere as all the stall holders stayed home in bed for the wet weather and there were fewer tourists for the same reason. We did have a pleasant lunch though - very generous portions.
Back on the vaporetto at about 2:30pm which went via Lido. We have not visited Lido before and it does look like ...
... deck in the shade. Time for lunch and it was a mad house, food court mania! Lunch done and a quick snooze by the pool and then off to our panorama tour. Well wasn't that a disappointment, we hopped into this small boat and this Venetian lady is talking to us over a PA system non stop, they took us us to part of Venice that I'm sure the tourist bureau would of objected as it was part no one needed to see even if you were a local. We had to ...
... garden in the shade we headed back towards the meeting point for our gondola ride. We stopped off for gelato, a beer and watched the boat race for quite a while. All of us were there and ready for the gondola ride so on we boarded, the gondola man was great, he gave us a guided tour as we went through canals pointing out places such as napoleon Bonaparte' first house. After the ride we wandered through some streets, looked in some mask shops ...
This morning we caught the tail end of the funeral mass for Venice Cardinal Marcos Ce, sitting with the public outside in the courtyard watching the big-screen. We joined in the Communion that was served outside.
We noticed a lot more tourist in the square today. Could have something to do the six cruise ships in port today.
We boarded the ship around 2 pm and had roast beef from the ...