Travel Blogs from Piove di Sacco
... not be fun! The walkway provides a fantastic view over the piazza, and the rest of Venice. From above it doesn't really look that different from any other city, as the canals are low enough that the buildings themselves block your view of the canals from that height. You really notice that there aren't many tall buildings in Venice as well (mainly due to subsistence issues.) The walkway isn't that big, and it's quite a popular spot, so I didn't spend too much time up ...
Twenty-eight years of marriage is worth celebrating! And what better place ...
... snow there was on the ground which helped it feel a little more like Christmas. The rest of the tour was very excited as most of them had never really experience snow before. Bart pulled the bus over so everyone could get out and run around in it..but us Canadians being used to it decided to stay on the bus and stay dry. The rest of the drive to Innsbruck was absolutely gorgeous. There was so much snow and mountains..it ...
Back to Piazza San Marco to meet up with the R's for lunch. We dined at a wonderful restaurant just around the corner from our hotel. Great Lunch! Head back to the hotel to check in - well...they let us check in, but OUR room isn't ready. WHATEVER! So, chris & I decide to head over to La Fenice so we can tour the Opera House.
WHAT AN OPERA HOUSE! If you are in Venice, and a fan of Opera (or architecture) you MUST ...
... rolls and a foccacia thinking we might find something to put in them. Excellent. Then a dessert for later & a couple of drinks and some water - we were building up our reserves for a very busy day and we thought that dinner was not included tonight, so a larger lunch seemed like a good idea.
We then found ourselves in front of the hot food bar and pointed at some potato bake and said ‘uno’ very politely. Success - we got one plate of potato bake. Next ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility