Hotel Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... we made our way to Piazza San Marco, again this was an interesting walk as it was difficult to navigate the streets. What didn't help was the streets were packed of tourist. Stupid tourists. Y What did help was there were signs leading us to both the Ponte di Rialto and Piazza San Marco. We walked around Piazza San Marco, taking it all in, then made our way to Barababao for dinner, a restaurant Adam and Jess recommended. After our amazing lunch, it was gonna be ...
... onto a moving jetty which seemed to go in the opposite direction. Our hotel couldn't have been in a better location, literally 2 minutes walk from San Marco Square.
Most of the group were doing a gondola ride while being serenaded so we gave that a wide berth. We're the masters of getting lost, so off we went on our own. There is no point in using a map on Venice Island as most of the streets aren't written on the map. We managed to find our ...
This morning I woke up on the train And was feeling much better now. We still had a little bit longer on the train before we got to Venice so I had enough time to get ready and freshen up. We arrived in Venice not long after and when we got off the train the weather was lovely. We made our way to our hotel which was a journey in itself. This is because in Venice they have canals and no roads which means there are loads of bridges over ...
Venice is so many things to so many people. For me Venice is a place to feel. The second you step off the boat, train, bus or car you feel it. The passion, the history, the smells, sights and sounds are ...
... water taxis and at one stage a garbage barge passing by. A watery sun is trying to shine, and the quality of the light is somehow different, illuminating the ancient buildings with a pale glow, but leaving the small canals branching off on both sides, almost in darkness. We pass under bridges including the Rialto bridge, before alighting at Santa Maria del Giglio, then winding our way to ...