Hotel San Zulian
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel San Zulian Venice
This is another good small hotel. Although our room was on the small size it still had all the required facilities and the hotel has a good location near St Mark's Square. If you want you can get up early and take photos of the square before the crowds arrive. A continental breakfast was included, and a good choice was available.
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At about 11:00 p.m. they finished their drinks when Battery Boy took Video Girl's hand and walked her to the centre of the piazza where they danced a final tango as the music filled the square outside Caffe Florian before returning to the hotel to prepare for another travel day tomorrow. Battery Boy thought the last tango was in Paris but he was wrong. I suppose that is why the French have always loved their beurre.
... and explore the city. Venice is a really cool city because of all the waterways and canals, as your walking around your going up and down over bridges going across the water. People on their boats and gondolas are going under you or riding along next to you. The whole day we continued to explore the city, taking little alley's and stopping in stores to shop, buy candy and food, and see things. A ...
... and beautiful, seeing the gondolas feel just so romantic. Getting in is adventurous with you walking on a plank from the bridge stairs to the gondola.
There are shops everywhere. If you actually walk away from the main streets and back into the small alleyways, it gets really quiet and you actually get to where the Venetians live and work. The buildings are all tall, with four or five floors. There are no lifts here people. If you sit in a café and ...
... welcome was gorgeous and appreciated.
The family were over for dinner, around 20 in all and I left around 12mn for bed and I think the last lot left around 1am. Luca and Daniela also came over, along with Dom, Palmrya, Maurizio, Roseanna, Guiliano, Mimi and his 2 eldest girls, and along with children and the 4 of us, it was a big night.
We feasted on the best home made sausages and coppa ...
... to visit Italy again and travel to the smaller centers, such as Sienna or Lucca or Ravenna. There's so much to see in Italy. But maybe later in spring - it's a little cool in February ( I know - it's still balmy compared to home in Regina) - they are forecasting snow for Venice later this week. I don't want to see snow on my winter holiday!
Til next time - Buona notte and arrivederci! Or as we heard most Italians say at the end of their mobile calls - 'Ciao, ciao!'