Park Hotel Villa Vicini
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Our evening ended as we rode the water taxi back up the grand canal.
Side note #3: so much public transportation. We were on more buses and trains and in more taxis than I could even count in our time in Italy. Only occasionally overcrowded and generally on time. The water taxi in Venice should not count as it was like taking a night cruise without champagne.
Our last full day in Italy we walked around Venice. Had a ...
Hello. Here we are on the last leg of our journey to Europe arriving in Frankfurt,Germany. We have a 9.3 hr flight to Calgary. Our Europe trip is forever edged in my memory. It was a trip of a life time. It was beyond my expectations. Ash was so kind and understanding throughout trip, at times she needed patience with her dear mother. She is an excellent planner and ...
... and quiet. It has been 22 years since we were in Venice and that time we had Laura and James with us. It's astounding but it feels as though nothing has changed here in all that time and everything looks as we remembered. Almost as if time had stood still! We decided to spend the rest of the day getting lost around the back streets, while soaking in the atmosphere of this ...
... reference your map, and ask how could they really put a hotel down this 3 Foot wide alley, but sure enough there it is. Once we got settled in it was time to explore. Before venturing out we decided to map a few things that we wanted to accomplish in our three days, however after an hour of walking we found ourselves at San Marcos Basilica, more than half way across the island. The utilizations of space in Venice is spectacular! You could easily walk about ...
... of expansive views and Perugian chocolate. Every road took us to an expansive view over the surrounding towns with views straight to Assisi. We heard tales of a gorgeous Etruscan well but all we were able to find were the boring normal ones. None the less, we stumbled upon winding narrow streets with their own surprises. And yes, I did find my Perugian chocolate, since that is something they are famous for. Worth it!
We then loaded up the ...