Hotel Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... canals, bridges and the famous Venetian architecture that we had only experienced in Las Vegas up to this point. Mouths agape with wonder, we trudged with our heavy backpacks to our little San Geremia Hotel.
We immediately set out to explore the tiny winding streets and canals and lost ourselves in the beauty of the place. The weather was perfect and the sun was shining very brightly. I cannot imagine coming here during the summer, as the ...
... people, restaurants and tourist trap stalls. The restaurants are not very intrusive as they are all around the edge but we both agreed that the cheap junk stalls have no place in such a historic centre.
From their we walked to the Rialto Bridge which is the first bridge to have been built in Venice. There are now about 460 bridges in the city. My ...
... lunchtime and after this we wandered around many speciality boutiques. By this time the queues were tool long to go into the Basilica, Campanile, Clock tower and Bell Tower. Again I may do some of those at the end of October. Looking forward to returning to Venice with Eraine. The next part of our trip starts tomorrow - heading for the Dolomites 10 Day trek. There may not be WiFi all the way so contact will be patchy. ...
... trying to find something cool we haven't seen. I suggested the circus Maximus, which is basically the stadium where the roman chariot races were. Little did I know til we showed up that there really isn't anything there other then a gravel path but whatever. So next stop was going to Venice for less then a day and then on to Innsbruck but with trains we were barely going to be there. The group made a unanimous ...
... city built over the water. We spent the day meandering,losing and finding ourselves through the paved alleyways, across bridges and along the canals, all the while soaking in its delights.
We discovered that not much praying happens in Venice with most of the churches being either closed for renovation or turned into museums and galleries. However we did stumble upon one where candles were lit for our loved ones left behind.
Highlights were ...