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- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TripAdvisor Reviews Mediterraneo Jesolo Lido
Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
... mudslides etc over many years & the port turned into marshes & a breeding area for mosies, which of course stopped the ships from coming into the port. We visited the open air museum, terrace houses, the Odeon, fountain of Trajan, scholastic baths, the temple of Hadrian & library of Celsus. The most amazing area of all were the terrace houses, known as " houses for the rich". Many mosaics, frescoes, open air courtyards & even hot & cold running water & ...
... Di San Giorgio Maggiore. The Palace of the Doges looks amazing from the outside. We checked out the Bridge of Sighs and then decided to go in the Palace. Two hours later we came out after experiencing the most amazing tour of an ornate, very "look at me" place with what seemed like every inch of wall and especially ceiling space turned into ornate, ostentatious display. It was all about making folk feel threatened and displaying power. There was a huge room with enormous maps ...
Sitting on the terrace in Campo san Geremia taking in the ambience and atmosphere, it gave us time to reflect. This may be our last time in Venice as the Local Authority have passed a bill to stop large cruise ships over 96,000 tonnes from sailing down the Guidecca canal, one of the major canals in the city, due to fears that the ships are causing environmental damage. This is due to come in to effect in November 2014.
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After breakfast we explored around our hotel and found the shopping areas that were more for locals. We bought water, and, back at the hotel, we met our guide and started our two hour walking tour. We saw the fish, meat and produce market, lots of back streets, San Marco Square, the palace, the Bridge of Sighs. It was good ...
... While photos were strictly prohibited in the palace I just could not help myself (and it appeared others couldn't either.) So I secretly had my phone out and shot photos on it while on silent. I managed a few but it was a shame I couldn't use my camera so I could see it again in the quality it deserves. Another of my favorite rooms was a very very large room that was used as a political forum, where people would gather to discuss the government and politics. It was ...