Hotel Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande Venice
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Hi Everyone, Arrived in Venice yesterday and as you will see by the photos on FB it is beautiful... We wandered around in the arvo to San Marco Square, had a lovely dinner last night.. Today after breakfast we book s day tour for tomorrow to go to the country three little villages and a winery... Meandered through the gorgeous lanes, amazing what you come across, art exhibitions, cafes ...
Friday 15 May 2015
Venezia - finale
It's our last day. The weather has deteriorated; clouds, showers, possible thunder. You get the wet picture. Our passes had run out, so walking was the order of the day. We crossed the Gran Canale and headed for the Museo Storia Naturale, which turned out to be a good choice. The early bits offered a very well presented pre-history section, but this then changed into a very non-pc section of stuffed ...
... and through many old Italian towns. As we are now out of the main tourist area the towns are not as well kept as before but give the tourist a feeling of the true Italy. Old wooden buildings with wonderful old churches and a great feel for history.
Finally I am right out of the mountains and the area has become flat. Its only about 80 or so miles to Venice and rather than take the busy secondary road I head onto the motorway which is a toll road.
This road is ...
... fluids, time for another bucket. Buckets are the drink of choice here, they're potent, roughly 5 shots strong, maybe more, yet they go down as easy as water. I can handle a decent amount but when Wasp hands me over his bucket to finish I think it turned for the worse. Hannah is at this stage very drunk and friendly, she is telling everyone about her fake boobs, reluctantly I feel them when she offers, for about two minutes, she doesn't seem to mind. After this Ganzer, Hannah, ...
... touristic, totally authentic italian pizzeria where the locals eat everyday so cheaply. Three nights in a row we shared the biggest pizza I've ever seen, a free entree and .5l of chilled Italian red wine served from the tap (just like beer) for only $11. Really, really good Italian food.
We did venture out into Venice in the two days we were there. For us, we found Venice to be unique, interesting, but a rather over rated place. It's full to the brim with tourists, 60,000 ...