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 …
... country to visit and we have seen some amazing sights…the Colosseum, Pompeii, The Sistine Chapel, “David”…the memories of this country will last a lifetime. Tomorrow we head off over the Alps to Neuchatel…the first of our homestay visits. There won’t be much to comment on tomorrow as we are travelling all day in the coach but I’ll try and put up something to keep everyone in the loop.
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... road that goes in and out, which isn't even busy because there aren't really many car roads in Venice. All the cars and busses stop at the station on the other side of the bridge and then everyone is on foot or in a boat. We had bought a map and decided to walk a big loop around the city, making sure we would get our fill of as many small canals as possible! It was actually really lovely just taking our time, wandering through the streets. There were ...
... in the hostel and drinking until around midnight when we headed off to the pub again to watch the final. Brazil thrashed Spain 3-0, meaning the ridiculous amount of Brazilians at the pub where very happy, Jose not so much.
Our began our second day in Venice by booking tickets for the train to Cinque Terre. Afterwoods we bought a map and jumped on the water bus which go throughout the city. The bus was very slow in its route, constantly docking and ...
... famous opera divas. Seeing Venice by water is so important, the facades of the buildings are built face the canals not the streets. Most of the streets are actually back alley ways, restaurants have tables and entrances only accessible by water!
Now having seen their hotel from the water and realizing what a nice bar there was overlooking the water to a large basilica, the pair stopped in for some wine and olives at sunset, then on to dinner.
The following day, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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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