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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiviera Hotel Lido di Venezia
Great view...so, so room.
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Big day in Venice today the annual regatta is on as well as the Venice film festival. The streets are crowded today. We find sn off the street cafe where the lunch menu is "9.50 euro all you can eat". We decide we will come back for lunch. The owner laughs and says " ah yes they always say I come back but they never do". We buy a ferry pass for two days allows you on and off as many times as you like great way to see the city of Venice. You must understand ...
... A tree-lined park led south from the Via Garibaldi, featuring a statue of Garibaldi. This park in turn led to a larger public park, yet another venue for the Biennale. This park is full of sculptures both old and modern, tucked in among the trees. As the time for return to the ship was approaching we took yet another vaporetto back to the cruise ship terminal. We did have ...
... all the colour and charm. After enjoying some cold drinks, we headed for the water bus so we could get back to our restaurant to meet for dinner. We missed the water bus by about 10 seconds and sadly watched it pull away...unfortnately, that meant standing and waiting for the next one for 45 minutes! Dave and Dave ran interferance for Liz and I and we managed to fight our way through the crowds to get seats for us ...
... with a dual personality; the first is that of the not to be missed attractions, wonderful hotels and delicious dining; the second is the real Venice of quite residiential calles, campos and canals sequestered away from the millions of tourist that descend on this sestierie each year.
This has been the heart of Venice since ancient times and contains the historic Rialto Market where you'll find the famous fish, fruit and ...
... We had another round to show our appreciation before exploring the rest of the island.
We spent a few hours wandering, as we are want to do, and by the time we returned I realized we had covered a large portion of the island. I loved walking here more so than any other city. It seemed just over every footbridge we stepped back a little farther in time.
Eventually back at the apartment we recuperated before setting out for the evening. ...