Park Hotel Villa Marcello Giustinian
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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As we leave behind Austria and the German's, we head south towards the lovely Italy. A whole new culture, Emile says. They are different to Northern Europe, keep an open mind. Passing through the lakes district, in southern Austria the view turns decidedly colourful. The trees are changing quicker down here and the shades of golden yellow, orange and in between look spectacular as the winter approaches. The sun is shining on the lake, it is ...
Was every bit as amazing as everyone has said, the trick actually on this one is to wait until the opening rush has shuffled through. About 11 it's quieter and they turn the lights on. Another tip first thing is to go up the steps immediately beside the inner church door to the museum and terrace where you can get a close up view of the mosaics and look out from the ...
We had a bit of a sleep in this morning only having breakfast at 8am. I had a refreshing cold shower which is not something I want to repeat again. Breakfast was a buffet, which seemed more disorganised than the previous place.
We all hoped on the bus which took us across the bridge into Venice. The closest it could get was Piazzaie Trochetto and we caught the people mover from there in (which is like a tram).
Sarah took us on a walking tour into Venice ...
... in the same positions for long. This is the same room that contains the paintings of the Doges around the top of the walls. This room burnt down in a fire. The paintings in the room were recreated by lesser artists than the originals. In one of the "recreations" the painter painted the left foot on the right leg of a man in the forefront of the painting. Oops! We continued out to St. Mark's Square and into the basilica while learning more. Ancient Venetian's actually stole ...
... some of my shots, Sam appointed himself official photographer declaring my pictures rubbish. Everywhere you look, Venice is just jaw droppingly beautiful. St Marks Square stunning but very busy so once we'd done the obligatory coffees, 'big church' (Basilica) and Manet exhibition at the Ducale (an unexpected treat. Sam's end of year art exam covered Manet) - hit the back streets. Sam now asleep in the hotel bar (I haven't given him cocktails...honest) ...