- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up we always referred to ourselves as water babies! On arrival we had no clue where to go. I suggested we walk randomly and see what we find- to our surprise our little hotel was 2 minutes down the street- this travelling thing is too easy for us hah! Dumb luck I guess! Our boutique hotel room was very cute- modern Art Deco, very clean and pinky purple! Suited us! Our window opened to look out to a quaint courtyard. We left our bags ...
... in my self-guided tour. So much of the building is just breathtaking. Grand halls, chambers, armouries and even the prison provide a great tourist experience. Chris waited outside in an attempt to gather her strength for the long walk home. It was a beautiful sunny day with a cool breeze tickling the waters of the canals. After an afternoon rest it was out for dinner then onto the concert in St. Vidal's church. An edifying cultural ...
... of St. Lawrence by Titian (but it was out for restoration) and Assumption of Mary by Tintoretto. No photos allowed but we took a few before we were told NO PHOTOS NO PHOTOS! Louisa took us down side streets and narrow passages that we would never have found on our own. The first stop was at a print maker who still does it the old fashioned way. He and his son were using equipment that was at least 100+ years old. If it breaks, he's the only one who ...
... two vaporetto terminals for boats to Rialto and despite asking Rialto Mercato? We get on the wrong boat and end up on the wrong side of the Rialto Bridge which I figure out as we go by our stop. Now we are very happy to have only hand luggage as we have to walk over the Rialto and find the other terminal, which luckily is close by. With instructions in hand we find our hotel. The reception is on the second level and we go ...
... beautiful Murano Glassware and a mounted, steel plague doctor, Venetian mask for home and of course some clothes and shoes to replace a very tired looking suitcase. Back to the apartment for a break before heading out again in the heat to battle the crowds. At every turn you get swallowed up by yet another tour group and at times it felt like we were walking on air as we evaporated into the throngs. After a while it gets so frustrating that you just have to stop and regroup with a ...