- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Marco Polo and Casanova’s pads. The only problem with the trip was that they seem to be on a different time plan where a 40 min trip “plus or minus a few minutes for traffic” is allowed except that we all felt it only took about 20 min? Anyway, if you can, do it as a once in a lifetime chance (but still consider sharing!)
Amazingly, before we knew, we had been pounding the canals for over 7 hours and it was time to return on the 5 to the site for R & ...
... tower but it was completely worth it. And, it was the easiest "climb" we did our entire trip! Also, no line like at the St. Mark's bell tower…Best of all, the views from the bell tower were breathtaking. We spent a good amount of time up there, and probably would have stayed longer if the wind wasn't blowing so hard up there - the windy weather certainly did mess up my hair up!
After San Giorgio, we stopped by home and had lunch ...
... in an hour so decided to stand and wait as I didn't want to miss out again. As it turned out the next ferry was much bigger and everyone did get on that one!! Meandered back to my hotel after checking out where I need to go in the morning to catch the bus to the airport. The is only one big bridge that I will have to drag my case over which is a good thing!! Home to pack and early to bed - need to be up at 5:00 in the ...
We just made it to shore at the right time, as a thunderstorm reached the city. We took refuge in a romantic little Italian restaurant and rather happily fell asleep after 1,5 litres of wine.
On our last morning, we found ourselves on a bench, having breakfast and just not wanting to leave. I guess that's the magic of Venice, no?
... city today which was really neat. Since it's all surrounded by canals it makes for a really interesting layout. It's near impossible to not get lost if you're exploring, but it was fun finding our way home; like a giant maze with everyone going to different exit ...