- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to find a hotel with any vacancies, after trying half a dozen places I found an Internet cafe and booked that way. Luckily it was a great location right in the centre of everything. Out for a stroll and we see the imposing dome of the Duone Cathedral so we head towards it. It's huge!! A really beautiful Cathedral. We walk all the way round it and hope to come back tomorrow and climb to the top of the dome. We spend the afternoon exploring the streets and ...
... as why would anyone eat from that water.
Torcello was next. Torcello has around 7 people that live on the Island compared to once it being the most populated Island. It is very quiet and has a calm atmosphere.There isn't very much to do on the Island so we walked down to the Cathedral and spent a whole bunch of time at the little stalls buying all sorts of souvenirs. Murano Glass was heaps cheaper here also and it had ...
... asked me if I needed a hand, but he was a beggar and wanted money for it. Other than that no-one offered. Now if it was New Zealand I know my husband would offer to help, and not expect anything in return.. hmmm
The rest of the day was spent travelling back to Rome by train, then back to our great B&B. Dinner was laughable, mum's roasted chicken and potatoes was 2 drumsticks and fries... mine was chicken cutlet ...
The day was getting late, and the weather still windy and cool, so we decided to skip Torchello, and head back to Venice.
To take full adantage of our 12hr vaporetto pass, we decided to take the slow ferry from one end of the grand canal, starting at our apartment, all the way to Piazza San Marco. It gave us a totally different view of the city, and the many palazzi that lined this waterway. With Rick Steves' ...
... before crossing the lagoon to Murano. Upon arrival we were pushed in the direction of the glassblowing museum, but passed in hopes of finding a cafe for a bottle of water...and of course a bottle of wine.
We briefly window shopped and checked a few cafes before settling on one offering fresh seafood fare. For the second time in the Veneto we experienced the annoyance of service staff when dealing with customers who don't wish to eat. Upon ...