Park Hotel Junior
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Quarto D'Altino
After a beautiful flight over the snow-capped mountains (and a very quick descent after clearing said mountains) we were over Venice. I could only catch just a quick and very limited glance of Venice from the windows on the other side of the plane (oops, I chose wrong, the right side had the view). We landed and got off the plane and onto buses to …
... shoppers, tourists and business people grabbing a coffee at their favorite sidewalk coffee table. The market was filled with late morning shoppers looking for their evening dinner provisions. Having checked the little restaurants near the market, we decided to stop for lunch on the Grand Canal beside the Rialto Bridge where we could watch all the work boats, vaporettos and gondolas passing by. What a great spot. Our waiter, who fashioned himself to be a bit of a ...
... of the arvo weaving through this alley and that to get to the Rialto bridge, which was souvenir and photograph heaven. Everyone has things they like to collect when they travel. For me it's postcards. But on the way back to the people mover, we found out one of the girls likes to collect posters (surely one of the more difficult things to collect?) and she found one that she really wanted. But it was glued down with poster glue, and was taking forever to try ...
... clear to us she did not approve of such large ships coming to Venice. With much hand waving and the odd word - "disaster" "sinking" & "money", we did not dare tell her that this boat was the reason we were in Venice!!! Arriving at St Marks Square, we managed to lug our bags off the water bus and Peter found the street our hotel was on, easily. When he opened the door to our hotel, we were met with a huge flight of stairs to get to the lobby! Peter decided ...
... saw the older, original side of the prisons - the newer side is what non-tours get to see. It just may have been more enjoyable with a friendlier guide. After the Secret Itinerary tour, we did a quick run-through of the rest of the palace (the new side). The Senate Room and the Bridge of Sighs were highlights for us but I had seen it before and I think everyone else was ready to move on to another venue as well. It was quite a ...