- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... area we have not visited.
Started the morning with an early walk to San Marco and joined the rest of the dawn photographers. Beautiful hour of the day and especially as a large cruise ship sailed past S.Marco Square. Then walked in the other direction past our hotel toward the East and there is an unexpected bonus of a park and green space that is not often seen elsewhere in this area.
A visit to the Rialto Bridge and back through ...
... prison. It was named after the convicted prisoners who walked over this bridge to meet their executioner. We had a Glass Blowing demonstration which was both educational and entertaining and then we walked to the Rialto bridge. This is considered to be in the heart of Venice. It has a huge arch and is built on 12000 wooden pilings that still support the bridge to this day, some 400 years later. ...
Our first day Italy- we arrived by ferry this morning from Croatia at 7am. We arrive in Ancona and jump on a train straight to Venice via bologna. Wow wow wow!!! Venice is just so beautiful!!! As soon as we arrived and left the train station you literally walk into a postcard picture of crazy yet casual Venice!! There are gondolas and ...
... on some wifi to see what our options were. The result that we came to was to book online, a bed and breakfast and head over there as quickly as possible. Well we got to the place, rang the bell a billion times and no answer was given to us... Fortunately we had a number and Brian (using his phone... Yes I'm sure it cost an arm and a leg) called the owner and told him we were ready to check in. Well apparently check in was over at 8 pm and we were about two hours late but the ...
... sought to teach the message of the Gospel in human terms, and to reach the faithful with artistic messages that spoke to them in ways with which they could personally identify. The main altar, "The Assumption of the Virgin Mary" fit the setting beautifully. Unlike other works, those in Friari seemed vibrant and colorful. The switch from egg-yolk-based-pigment to oil-based paint was a good one for posterity. Art in a setting meant ...