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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
Travel Blogs from Venice
... There's lots of columns and carvings and statues. Everywhere in Venice (and throughout Italy) there are lion statues, sometimes with wings. The one building had a bunch of lion heads on it, but they all looked like they had toothaches. They didn't look fierce at all. Mike laughed at my toothache comment. But seriously... Check out the photos. There were a couple fancier restaurants in the square that had a bunch of tables set out in ...
... Here are a few of my thoughts as I write this. I do however know, if you asked me tomorrow, the list would change.
- The alpine air and magnificent vistas will bring me back to Austria
- Mondsee and the Sound of Music Tour.
- The opportunity to share the joy of cruising with my sisters.
- Food, glorious food everywhere we ...
... the Doge (the elected ruler of the republic in Italy during medieval times). It did not become the city's cathedral until the early 1800's. Next we visited the Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace) adjacent to the Basilica. We saw the Doge's apartments, official government meeting rooms, prison cells and artillery rooms full of armor, swords, arrows, crossbows, guns and all sorts of other weaponry. Later ...
... was the area by the people mover near the cruise ships, and Rialto was the landmark bridge of Venice about halfway between Roma and Marco. If we made it to the Rialto Bridge, we could follow the Grand Canal to the train station (to get to he mainland) and Roma. I think these signs were a ploy by the locals to keep the sprawling crowds contained to a few avenues, because every avenue I looked down while passing them was empty. We were turned around once by heading too far west instead ...
... night in Maribor and started thinking about our visit to Hungary. Slovenia had been a good experience. It's as neat and tidy as a new pin with the people to match. We enjoyed the sights and places we had visited, met and spent some time with some lovely people, but also gained confidence that it was possible to drive a car through a country even though we could not speak one word of the language. The navigator helped us 'read' the direction signs and we were able to interpret ...