Park Hotel Villa Vicini
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in the palaza, each one was filled with grand paintings that portray stories. We then came across the best and biggest room of all, it was the Sala del Maggior Consiglio ( Grand Council Chamber). This room is 1300m2 in size and it holds the biggest canvas painting in the world called Paradise by Tintretto. This room was used as a gathering place for the electors of the Doge and also consisted of 75 Doge's ...
... couldn't quite figure out how that whole system worked. I was able to follow along enough to nail the occasional "Amen" at the right time and place throughout the service. After the service we spent about an hour admiring the various sculpture and art in the smaller chapels on the side of the church, dating back as far as the early 1500s.
We wandered in circles for the next bit, in spite of our best intentions which were to make our way to a ...
... had to carry our own bags (for the first time in 3 weeks!) to the ferry. On the way there Sim figured out that we really didn't need to get up so early that morning because we actually had longer in Venice than he thought. He thought we had only booked us to have 1 full day there when we actually had 2days. We had left early so we could try and fit more in when we got there. Melissa hadn't had her morning coffee when he worked that out so wasn't very impressed to find out she ...
We had a great morning in Innsbruck before we caught our train to Venice. Innsbruck has twice been the stage for the Winter Olympics, so we knew it had mountains. And Nancy really wanted to get a feel for those mountains, so up we went. We first caught a funicular. Then, a gondola, and then another gondola. Finally, we did a short hike, and voila! we were on the very top ...
... supposed to be more sheep here than people but I didn't see one sheep! Then it was back to Venice via The Lido and St Marks Square on the vaporetto. Found a supermarket, stocked up on antipasti items and a bottle of Merlot and dined in. Lovely! PS: Thanks for the feedback. We read each comment with pleasure maintaining our link to home. (Don't forget my tips, Trish, we are ...