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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nazionale Venice
Our hotel wasn't exactly exceptional, basically just consisting of a bed and a small bathroom decked out in red pinstripes. They did provide breakfast which was better than expected with eggs, ham, yoghurt, fruit and most importantly coffee!
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... inside the room, neither of us was too happy. The room is really extra small, smallest of the entire trip. It's not horribly decorated or outdated, it just wasn't what we were expecting, especially after seeing the hotel lobby. After checking in with David and Eric (who had arrived earlier in the day), we decided to see if other rooms were available. There weren't any, but the clerk told us to check in the morning at breakfast and we might be able to switch rooms. ...
Ian drove us to Gatwick airport. The traffic was bad but the flight was not too bad. We had Exit seats. When we arrived we took a water bus to Rialto bridge in Venice. We were not sure where our hotel was and we were hauling heavy suitcases up and down stairs and over bridges. Our hotel was San Marcus and we saw a fancy door that said Suite San Marcos. I jokingly ...
... area - not a ghetto as in a slum but an area where the Jewish first moved to. Their guttural pronunciation mangled the Venetian term "geto" into "ghetto", creating the word still used today to indicate various places of where people of the same ethnic or religious group are clustered. We saw many warehouses where the first merchants came to do business hundreds of years ago. We passed by Academia Bridge, built 150 years ago as ...
We arrived at Basilica di San Marco close to opening time and joined the queue of tourists which stretched around 150 metres. Luckily the line moved quickly and soon we were inside, gazing at the extravagant gilded interior of the Basilica, with intricate mosaics and marble-work adorning every inch of the building. The rest of the afternoon was ...
... the wine seller, as I didn't even have an empty water bottle for them to fill.
My mind and heart are full on the eve of my return, and my soul seems satisfied, having looked at itself for a good long time in the muted, antique mirror of Venezia.
I WILL BE BACK!
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