Marea Hotel Petit Palais
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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August 14th, 2015 Not the best sleep but it worked out well as we woke up and arrived in Venice and gained an extra day to site see and explore this amazing city. We didn't plan to do a lot this day just get lost in Venice and see what we could find. Well it didn't take long to get lost, literally. The roads and paths that twist and turn around the city and the many canals and bridges make navigating a very difficult task. We just had ...
... and sit among the locals. This is my new favourite place! We spend the afternoon wandering in and out of colourful alleyways, losing Mr Fletche as he wanders off – this is a photographers paradise but I doubt that even the best photographer can capture the breath-taking colours (Mr Fletche, there’s a challenge for you right there!).
Eventually it’s time to leave, and we don’t really have the time to visit the ...
... here. The Palace is considered a gothic cathedral as its lightly coloured and has Middle eastern influence. Entrance to the square from the water between the two poles is where executions took place. On the canal at end of Palace and over the bridge (Bridge of Sighs) was the original prison.
... to go up stairs where there was even bigger glass than down stairs and my mum said to us kids that you look for where you were walking in the top level. She was so scared we would break something.
The second island was awesome it was called Burano. We saw houses that wern't just ordinary houses they were colurful like blue,red,green,pink and brown and I only saw ...
... cafes, Gondolas moored to catch a tourist for romance and amore, old wooden jettys. It wasn't what Womby expected, He was looking for a quiet and peaceful waterway, not this bustling causeway like a main street to a large city. I had no expectations but was still blown away by the business of it all. It was full of people and we thought we might come back later at night, but we never got to do that.
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