Hotel Terme Petrarca
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... our alley excursion. Our hotel (which actually only had four rooms as far as I can tell) has had a few other deficiencies besides the internet.no tv ( we have taken to watching the English channels since our second last day in Florence). Also, the universal sign for "please replace my towel" (putting the towel on the floor) was met with a very clear "no" when the towel was promptly re hung. The Italian version of breakfast leaves much to be desired. It ...
... as it floods with the tidal fluctuations at certain times of the year. The hotel is on the top (fourth) floor - they don't count the water level floor, with the first and second being the state rooms which were being used as exhibition halls. We had a peek and the ceilings were about four to five metres high with frescoes and mouldings. The floor in the hotel was marble but it was very uneven with highs and troughs which made us ...
... will be early morning or the evening. Some gondolas may give you a discounted price during the evening if business isn't good that day. Also, try to take the board the gondolas further from the big attractions like San Marco or Rialto so you can have some privacy. I believe it can be a a great experience to view Venice from a different perspective, but we just cannot convince ourselves pay 80 € for a 40min ride.
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It was the ...
... Mover". But no way are we staying on the ship for our last hours in Venice. You-know-who wanted to turn left and take the first vaparetto we saw but the Girl Scout knew we should take the number 1 (which was at the stop to the right) to the Rialto Bridge. That shop is around here somewhere but where? We walked around and around, for almost two hours and the All Aboard time of 1:00 PM was coming up quickly. ...
... for an open path to head up or down the canal.
We went to the information office next to the train station and purchased a 3€ street/canal map of the city. (It turns out this map was quite flimsy, so we bought a second more durable one later in the day.) Armed with a map, we went straight across the Ponte degli Scalzi, through the San Croce district and over to the San Polo district, the location of ...