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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Plaza Mestre
One night only as heading to Cinque Terre
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... of clothes and spending some time with his grand-daughters sorted him right out. We all went for a bit of a swim and I noticed how nice it is just having one extra adult around who can take the attention of one or two children so that Jess and I are not having to keep everyone amused, it made it a more relaxing swim than normal. We wanted to have a celebratory ice cream after our swim and the girls were all more than happy ...
... to just walk with the packs. We walked over our first canal after disembarking and strolled through the crowded main drag in Cannaregio before branching off to the quieter streets of the Jewish Ghetto.
To say we were immediately in love with Venice would be a fair statement. It is so picturesque, so relaxed, so beautiful, and so interesting that I think it would be impossible not to ...
... local kids (even the little girls) use the public bus system to get home after school. Interesting, huh?? We thought so. The buses are clearly safe and a very friendly environment.
So, we left Ireland and woke-up in Venice. We got bus tickets and made our way to Mestre (pronounced May-Stray) which is where our hotel is for the next 2 nights - in Venice but not Venice proper. We started to check-in and the attendant ...
... husband’s hands a little tighter, you can imagine yourself in the romantic Venice of Hollywood.
At this point my feet, which I had been ignoring since the earlier sandal purchase, started yelling so loudly I could no longer pretend they didn’t hurt. Rather than walking, we took the boat/bus back to our hotel (another neat experience). While I’ll spare you the details, I had four new blisters to take care of before bed that ...
... stairs. He mentioned that we have a very special room.
He then walks to these massive wooden doors and waves our card key in front of the sensor, and one of the doors opens. We walk in and we're in the Presidential Suite! It was amazing, we had a full salon that was bigger than our apartment, and the bedroom and bathroom we just as big. There were five balconies that overlooked the Grand Canal, and the views were incredible.