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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Noemi Venice
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Bonjiorno a Everyone, Well Venice is beautiful, today we caught a water taxi, to meet with our Tour guide, who was taking us Medieval hill towns, winery and Palladian Villa. We were very lucky, because there should have been another two people but they didn't show up, so we had our own personal guide in a six seater, black Mercedes, and Guiseppe was fantastic!! We saw the most beautiful, villages, of Veneto, in the ...
... student, Cecilia and her parents there to meet us. There was lots of chatting, hugs and general mayhem for quite a while! As locals, they had organised our tickets for the Water Bus and travelled with us to the stop next to our flat; San't Angelo.They also helped carry our cases up the FIVE flights of stairs (yes, Colleen only 80 steps this time) which was much appreciated!
We unpacked, found the local supermarket ...
... closed and so its onwards down the other side of the pass and Venice.
This side of the pass consists of no less than about 27 hairpin bends and is just great for bikes on sunny days such as this.
Once at the lower side of the pass I stopped and entered "Venice" into my satnav. There are still many other passes I could go and explore here in this area but looking over the mountains a massive storm was brewing and as heavy snow was forecast I thought I better get out ...
... br> After this game I partner Eduardo, I am sinking everything. Behind me is the pool fence and then the pool (as you'd expect), the fence is about waist high, I jump it to grab the errant balls for everyone. On the way back over with wet shoes I'm not so successful, like Icarus, I fly too close to the sun and am burnt, I tumble down landing heavily on my left knee and wrist as well as my right wrist. Eduardo asks if I'm ok, I say I am, take my next two shots which both ...
On the train again... The journey from Innsbruck (2 hours south of Salzburg, Austria) through the snowy Austrian alps on our way to Venice Italy was the most beautiful train journey yet. This part of the trip has snow covered mountains on every surface right up to the window of the train, including the tracks.
We were supposed to be staying in Innsbruck for the night but opted for staying three whole nights in Venice. Nearly at the end of our European train venture, we are ...