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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiviera Hotel Lido di Venezia
Great view...so, so room.
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... hotel not far from San Marco. Sasha was THRILLED to have a hot dog, Milla her usual pizza, and my mom a green salad. I was surprised that for one of the few times in my life, I wasn't interested in eating. It was just too hot. After lunch we meandered our way through the Piazza San Marco, the Dosoduro neighborhood, finally ending up near Santa Croce to cross the canal back to the station for our late afternoon train. One of our favorite finds on our walk about ...
... with it almost straight away!
As lovely as the main streets were, with the hundreds of stalls selling ornate Venetian masks and delicate lace scarves (and the odd stall full of total **** of course), we made sure we wandered down as many quiet streets as we could to get a feel for the less tourist driven side of Venice. We came across a tiny bar heaving with local people, all drinking wine sitting on the edge of the canal and even on the boats themselves. ...
... among Stars), a little waterside restaurant where we had lunch. More strolling along the fondamenta brought us to the Redentore church, another Palladian temple, built in thanks for deliverance from the plague in the 16th century. More amazing Tintoretto, Veronese and other artists paintings are featured here - Venice certainly had its share of artists!
A left turn just past the church, another left and then a right brought us out ...
... book the promotional tickets. There were still a couple of hours so we walked around the train station and had burger king. One meal was like €7.90. Expensive in Singapore's standards, but over the days, we realized that this is considered one of the cheaper options in Italy.
The trains were pretty empty so we had the whole row to ourselves. The ride would have been nicer had we not meet a racist American couple in the train, and they ...
... to feature 40-foot high car ads in a spot that a lot of people would see.
We decided to do our grocery shopping in the nearby Campo Santa Margherita. The fishmonger pantomimed for Chris how we should cook the fresh octopus – just off the boat—that would join the shrimp and calamari in our seafood pasta dinner. As seems always destined to happen, Vince ran into a friend, Rachel, from Sebastapol with ...