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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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In the morning we woke up and went to the breakfast at the hotel. Leonardo, the waiter, made us some great espresso and we had something to eat. Along with the usual breakfast items were some croissants filled with an apricot jam - really tasty.
After breakfast we headed to the Dosoduro district over the Grand Canal to visit the Peggy …
The morning started out with an early morning walk to the Dosoduro area of Venice where we explored the Gallerie dell'Accademia. Our early morning arrival and slower tourist season now meant that we had the place almost to ourselves.
We saw incredible works by Bellini, Titian, and many more. Probably the most interesting was an enormous …
Today we started out the morning with breakfast at the hotel (Palazzo Paruta), which is included with our room. I'm normally a little skeptical of a breakfast at a hotel (sometimes a bit institutional) but this was a pleasant exception. Tons of fresh fruit (pears, kiwi, etc), banana yogurt, cheese selection, salumi selection, baked eggs, lots of …
We arrived in Venice and were greeted by the arranged driver to take us for our "transfer" from Venice Marco Polo Airport to our hotel, the Palazzo Paruta. These private transfers are common in Venice, as it requires a car to get from the Mainland nearest Venice (Mestre) across a bridge to Venice, where the car has to be dropped off and a short …
... the courts across the bridge they had one last look through the opening to the Port of Venice and were reported to have sighed at their last view of freedom.
We enjoyed a magnificent Gondola ride negotiating some of the winding narrow canals and out into the flurry of the Grande Canal, past Casanova’s haunts, the house of Vivaldi, the Rialto Bridge and many of the iconic churches.
Continuing on we ...