Quality Hotel Delfino Venezia Mestre
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A nice bed to stay but sad the windows are not sound proof
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Day 4 20th May 2016 6:30am Bags collected, 7:30am on the bus to leave! Breakfast was nice, a bit of a combination of the standard and some different goodies. The people I've been sitting with have been lovely, chatting to me about where they live and like myself telling about my family. It's quite cold this morning. It's says 8 degrees but feels …
... trash in a big bucket on wheels and taking it to a green trash boat. We aren't sure where the boat goes with the trash but the whole process is fascinating. Venice is actually a very clean city. Doug had read about a famous bar called Harrys Bar and we were excited to find it. Harry's Bar was opened in 1931 by bartender Giuseppe Cipriani. It is said to be a drinking hole loved by Ernest Hemingway ...
Whoever thought this would be a good place to build a city was quite clearly a lunatic. But it is very pretty, bridges range from simple but huge modern ones to over the top constructions that only span a meter width of canal. Left the hostel quick quick and headed to the galleria dell accademia which is top rated for Venice and houses a few big names. Best part, absolutely hands down, was a ...
... century. The square is also home to the Campanile, which collapsed in 1902 and was replicated. This tower soars above the Square. We went inside the basilica, then went to the museum on the second floor. Four bronze horses sit on top of the basilica, replicas of the ones inside, which were stolen from Istanbul. We got to take a gondola ride in the canals as well. The boat took us through the canals, to the Grand Canal, which is basically ...
... of us has ever had.
We made it out, though, and have had a pretty good day just walking around the city today. We had pizza and Bellini (prosecco and peach juice - a Venetian speciality) for dinner. Here you get an entire pizza for yourself. It isn't cut in slices and you just eat the whole thing with a knife and fork like a steak or chicken. Josh liked the pizza, but I wasn't much of a fan. The crust was very thin and there wasn't any tomato sauce on the ...