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TripAdvisor Reviews Marina Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... 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 ...
... across a busy concourse. Canary Wharf Jubilee Line has an elevator. We then travelled to London Bridge where the only elevator was to the exit (street level). The transfer to the Northern Branch Line we found there were never ending flights of steps that had to be negotiated. Our final destination took us to Euston where at least we only had 3 escalators to negotiate to the mainline concourse and then the safety of the Virgin 1st class lounge.
... was minor flooding. This was obviously a very heavy building sinking slightly faster than the rest of the plaza. The floor inside was quite uneven as is the case with every palace we visited. The ceilings and floors of the Basilica were among the most lovely we have seen so far.
After our walking orientation tour of our new neighborhood, we went to dinner and back to
our hotel, the Serensissima which had a perfect location in Venice.
... level, but when I spoke to the guy on the desk he
said I needed to be at the East desk so I jogged the 950m back…but couldn’t
find the way to get back to the level I needed, I saw that my plane was leaving
from D7 so I headed back the 950m to the ‘gate’. There was just one older
couple at the gate who explained where I would find the transfer desk…..so back
the 950m at a run (& feeling certain there was no way ...
... facades of the buildings are weathered and the shutters over the windows of some buildings remain closed. Real estate in this city is extremely expensive and more and more people are leaving. People hang their washing on lines high over top of the canals. They must have good faith in their pegs. The many canals are dotted with gondolas and boats and even a man doing a wee bit of forward-rowing sport. Whichever way you ...