- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... every time a couple went by in a gondola. Sat in amazement as a boat appeared from the front entrance of one of the nearby homes complete with motorised winch. With some fine manoeuvring the boat finally made a safe entry into the canal. Check out the photos. Spent time wandering Venice by night. Managed to take the wrong turn on more than one occasion. It was Saturday night in Venice and air was filled with laughter, music and conversations. Welcome to beautiful ...
... tourists who wish to know that much more about Venice. So we go along and watch. RATING 7/10 - it generally wasn't that bad. It could do with some updated cinematography and projections but by golly it was rather fun and funny. Grace was a hoot and made the whole audience enjoy it that bit more with her burlesque character stylisations. Yup, indeed it was a grand night. For the rest of the evening we planned to meet up with Grace for a drink not knowing she had family and ...
... hold everything together. I’m sure we’ll manage. It’s just something else we’ll have to add on to our Christmas list!!
We took the local bus to Piazzale Roma where we headed straight for the People Mover that would take us to the cruise terminal.
Check in was straightforward. After filling out the obligatory health declaration and receiving our cruise cards, we followed the sign to the holding area. Must have been a few ...
... on the theory of 24 hrs of air travel and then hours and hours of walking each day!
We have just woken from a much needed siesta after we did around 5 hrs of walking, briefly broken up with a coffee, that was horrid. I complained and he made another one, which was not much better, our first bad coffee of the trip! We also stopped and had a glass of wine at a little trattoria at the back of San Marco. The lanes are full of people so lots ...
... of so much Venetian history.
Then we moved on to the Doge Palace on the opposite side of St. Mark’s Square. The Doge was the chief magistrate in Venice. Numerous ante rooms of the Palace were built for waiting guests and important people waiting to see the Doge; all are decorated with plenty of paintings and ornate ceilings. We saw the main room that housed the Senate with the central seating spot for the Doge. ...