Hotel San Luca
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... of our hostel and headed into Venice for some last minute stops. We took a water bus to San Georgeo Island near St Marks Square. We went to the church there as you can go up the bell tower with no queues (and a lift!) and get a great view over Venice.
Then we went to St Marks Basilica as it is a must do and was very impressive to see in person. You arent allowed to take photos inside though. All the ceilings are made up of gold mosaics. ...
The flight was great! After a three course dinner we attempted to maneuver the "full recline" option on out seats. Two melatonin later......Angie was out while Mark struggled to get comfy! I assume it was because he refused to put on the complimentary slippers (:
Security in England is SERIOUS BUSINESS!!! We were both flagged for IPad's and the complementary toiletry kit provided BY ...
... ice-cream for lunch - Amarena cherry (small tasting sour Italian cherries). Mmmm love this stuff! Back on the bus and as usual everyone was hot and ready for a rest.
We continued on before arriving to our hotel at around 4.30. A few people were disgruntled that it was out of the actual tourist area, but as Christian explained travel agents should reiterate this as stated in the tour paperwork. Nevertheless this one really was WAY out. About a ...
... The palace has a boat dock in front of it. This palace also has a quiet garden that we enjoyed. Our museum pass also provided entrance to this very beautiful building on the Grand Canal.
Exhausted from art exposure we walked back to the hotel, rested and then found another street restaurant for dinner. So far, we have found the food in Venice mediocre and greatly overpriced. That’s what happens with 17 million tourists per year.
... a nice pier and only a handful of other people. Not quite the sandy beach, hot weather and clean water for swimming in that I was hoping for but it was lovely nonetheless.
Today we had a bit of a lie-in and headed back to Venice with an aim of sticking to the map and seeing all the tourist sites. We first paid a visit to the Jewish Ghetto, the first 'ghetto' to exist in Venice. There were five synagogues, countless restaurants and some of the ...