Park Hotel Villa Leon d'Oro
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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... sculptures but Italians modern art is like 200 years old which I found pretty weird. Once we had looked at some of the pointless work we went in to the next room and in the room there was the original sculpture of the man with his head down on on his fist and it was by Auguste Rodin which was awesome to see. After the art museum we went to find the start of this walk but on our way we went and got some ice cream and the flavour that I got was hazelnut, Zoë ...
Another glorious day in the beautiful Venice. :) we have a strange phenomenon today... There is a big shiny ball in the sky that has turned the sky blue instead of grey .... yay we have SUNSHINE :) 8:30 on the coach and then boat back to the island. The boat took us to the island of Murano where we saw a demonstration of the famous glass blowers. Then we were back ...
The highlight of our trip so far was the tour - Venetian Magic, we cruised the Grand canal by private water taxi, drooling at the amazing palazzos, saw the Rialto Bridge , to arrive at St Marks Square. This was followed by a gondola ride ( we were the lucky ones to have the music in ours and be seranaded , it was so beautiful to glide through the small canals to the delightful Italian vocals and guitar.
Two nights here it makes such a ...
... of my classmates for a tour of Dorsoduro. It was all in Italiano and I understood most of it. It finished at 10 and i walked back to the house with 2 classmates. Stopping to buy a panini and a HUGE bottle of wine on the way. I ate at the house with a girl from Japan, conversing in Italian. Now it's midnight and time for bed. Can't wait to see what tomorrow will ...
... on the banks, another factor making it expensive to live in Venice. If you look at the bottom of the homes, usually near the front door, you will see these pumps which are very much in action when the floods happen. Firstly, we walked along the canal and into the Jewish ghetto. In the old part you see a beautiful synagogue. In the new part the synagogues are hidden within the walls of the homes as this was during the period of Jewish segregation in Italy. Despite being segregated ...