Hotel San Zulian
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Train to Venice. How does this train compare to a Trans Metro unit, will the phrase chalk and cheese is most apt. It left dead on time and is smooth and quite even at over 120km/h. However once again the Australians (sorry Ann) set the cultural standard and hit the buffet car for beer shortly after we left Rome at 8:20AM.
At 157km/h you …
... natural result of this culinary ease being yet another Travel Trifecta, our patented “The 3 P’s of Food” theory, which quickly became our mantra:
This clever acronym was even easier to remember since it fit in so nicely with the 3 P’s of Sightseeing we had already learned in Rome:
Plodding (up stairs)
Pushing (through crowds)
Posing (in front of old ****)
Some time over the weekend, I'm not sure when - Venice is having a lovely relaxing effect on me, we dropped into a children's bookshop in Dorsoduro. Xander wanted a guidebook of his own. He finally decided on 'Venice for kids' by Elisabetta Pasqualin, and today we took it for a test walk. We agreed on Walk 5: From Ponte dei Pugni to San Polo, in part because we already knew where Campo San Barnaba was, and in part because we hadn't ventured into ...
... the recovery of Saint Mark's body and other stories were told by the mosaics.
Upstairs in the museum the horses taken from Constantinople when Saint Mark's Body was stolen, I mean rightfully taken back, from there as well. The horses are about two times my height, so about eleven feet, and have great detail etched into them everywhere. They're bronze and used to have flaming red ruby eyes that added to their scariness. However, someone stole the rubies. ...
... along with a variety of specialist food shops, quaint bacari (bars) and interesting little churches and campos. Here you will find the largest campo, Campo San Polo, and the magnificent Church of the Frari.
This is a delightful area in the southern part of Venice where many artists, writers and academics make their homes. The draw here is the world famous museums, fine restaurants and classic Venetian scenes which ...
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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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