Hotel San Giuliano
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... s also shabby. The laneways and narrow passages feel like you're in a maze, and you realise how makeshift the town is. The foundations crumble in places and the rendered walls are peeling. Besides the park at one end of the island, the city is void of green. There is dog **** in the corners and tourists posing for selfies in the squares. The city is what it is to be inside the collective mind of a people who have created a living space on an undulating watery ...
... us when to get off. Well close meant over a mile away! So we had to walk through a not so great neighborhood with all our bags; a little uneasy but we made it. Turns out we got on 6a when we should have gotten on bus 6b. Went back into town for dinner (on the correct bus) and had a great first Italian meal of lasagna and spaghetti with some great wine! The next day was a full day to spend walking around the canals and seeing the sites! ...
... guy. The sky was a bit grey today and as we sat there is started to shower, then rain, we all dashed inside , it was a bit of mayhem, the poor staff were a bit flustered. Hmmmm gelato and sorbet yum. And espresso, yum. We thought we had better start back home and get ready for Row Venice, as we walked into the Piazza where we had lunch Steve stopped me and said "have a look where we are" I looked around and couldn't recognise anything .
Then we ...
... journey we have travelled about 1900km and in doing so have spent about 90 Euros in tolls. Think yourself lucky back there in Sydney Mum and Debs.... The M5 is cheap!!!
What isn't cheap in Venice is the accommodation. As we changed our plans at late notice, good accommodation with parking was hard to come by. And expensive! And small! Picture the smallest hotel room that you could ever imagine. Then subtract 50% of the size ...
... only to soon realise this was one of many we would see during our stay. The journey of 'the mask' in Venice's history is long and somewhat dark but has today become a huge source of profit from the tourist trade. I can understand why; they are beautiful, they tell a story and they are not something you would see everywhere else. I was pretty sold, conjuring up ways in which I could get a couple home. Unfortunately this never quite came into fruition, so perhaps we'll ...