- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrimhotel Oderzo
Nice hotel to sleep over , on your business trip. Standard Italian breakfast, fair and clean room and service. The lobby offers complimentary newspapers, a safe, TV, microwave and coffee. Other amenities include a train station pick-up service, free parking, air conditioning in public areas, an area shuttle, an elevator (lift), complimentary bicycles and concierge services.
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... to improve passage through the city. No motorised transport, only boats and hand carts.
She tells us about many of the important buildings and churches. We pass the Scuola di San Grande Rocco (school) which houses many paintings on our way to Campo San Polo. The guide then describes life during Carnivale, where people wore masks and prostitutes were very busy. They bought in extras to give the locals a ...
... and columns. We were reminded of the churches of South America, but marble predominated rather than gold. We have a day, and two nights in port here on the ship at the end of the cruise, so we will head over to Piazza San Marco then and hopefully M It is thirty-five and a half years since Jan and I were in Venice! We had a quick visit then and all I can remember is the piazza, so I enjoyed the walk today, even tough we didn't get over that far.
We might not be in ...
... gold leaf and paintings. There was a gold and jewelled artwork that is one of a kind in the world. We also saw the Doges Palace which was magnificent with 3 rooms that lead finally into where the Doge sat in view at the end and his parliament around him. Massive paintings from the likes of Vavaldi adorned the ceilings and walls. The prison cells were in the same building and criminals would get judged by the authorities above then sent down to the cells After ...
... out of the womb. I have always had a map in my hand with a detailed outline of what to see. Jason is the complete opposite…he could give a rip if we saw, “St. Peter’s Basilica” in Venice. Wrong disciple, honey-we’re going to St. Mark’s today.
St. Mark’s Square was stimulating in a sensory overload sort of way. With so much to consume, I didn’t know what to do ...
... it is the oldest continuously populated region of Venice and once held the largest population of the Republic of Venice. Although every effort has been made to preserve the church there are parts which are virtually crumbling away with age.
After Torcello we headed back to the main island and took a stroll around St Marks Square and had a good look at The Bridge of Sighs which was being renovated during our last visit to Venice.