Marea Hotel Petit Palais
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(130, 98, 83, 0.0980392);"> On our return our concierge offered us a drink (Bellini - peach cocktail) on the roof top terrace, where we watched the sunset before we realised it it was 7pm! Time to eat. Our new concierge (typical gorgeous Italian) Andrino gave us a list of recommendations to eat - pitty we don't have enough nights to try them all.... We went to Anna Madonna - local Venetian where ...
... of 6 in our gondola (usually costing €120), we went through some canals to the grand canal, near the Rialto bridge and back. It was really amazing. After a few of us went for lunch at a restaurant just off the main sqaure, I had tortellini creamy pasta which was good. After we left the others and walked through Venice, purposefully getting lost. We eventually made it back to the main square after we found some ...
... and we head off together to find accommodation. Apparently it is partly my fault that we don't have any, as I fell asleep the night before & he didn't know my trip advisor & booking.com sign ins. Whatever!
So the kind young lady rings a few places for us. Finds us an apartment which sounded very expensive but when we worked out that parking & breakfast where also included, it was actually quite reasonable for Venice.
I always think those breakfasts ...
... John realised that by using the code on the McDonald's or Burger King docket you can use theirs. So me, lurking around to avoid embarrassment as John finds an old receipt from a table to gain access. But the toilets were always manky! Mostly though we would just stop at a cafe for a drink or snack and it was acceptable to use theirs if you bought something.
Off to Munich to experience Oktoberfest ...
... year old city. My feelings of grandeur were still there but the 21st century tackiness was starting to creep in. Salesman jammed items in your face uninvited to purchase, the hustle and bustle of the tourists was overpowering, the lovely romantic gondalo rides where €100 for 45 minutes and the city looked like it really needed a good hosing down with a gurney. We had been pre warned about the price of a drink whilst overlooking the water or a coffee in the Piazza ...