Apogia Sirio Venice
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Apogia Sirio Venice Mestre
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... Lily did a fantastic drawing of the tower and then insisted she was not going to go up it. This was partially overruled with threats and bribes. She agreed to go to the sixth window... When we got to the tower there were no steps so she was trapped in the lift to the top just in time for the hourly deafening ritual of the bells ringing just above our heads.
On the way to the Piazza we went in a gondola trip which was wonderful. We went ...
... and smile at the way they've all worked and lasted and served so well, but it's a bitter-sweet victory, I want them all to keep on going on with their clever little myriad jobs for a good bit longer. There's been some attrition along the way - water bottles, hats, shirts, shoes, the iPad, the GPS, cutlery, a bikini, a plate, a towel, some bowls, a pillow,a rain cover, three air mattresses, some sunglasses, toys, books, and who knows what else. Some rubber off ...
... a way of getting people into their gallery. We had a look but didn't see anything that we really liked so moved on. But just a short distance away was what I call a trinket shop and Di just couldn't help herself. A few Euro lighter we headed off looking for the Museum. The day was getting fairly warm by now, at least it felt it having to walk the cobbled streets in the sun but we stopped in a few galleries on tne way looking for something special to remember our visit. Pete had ...
... none for the climb to the top!). From the top we got 360 degree views over Venice. It was a shame the low cloud was in but we still got a great view. In 1900, the bell tower actually fell over into a pile of ruins and had to be completely rebuilt! It's probably now the most modern building we've been up for weeks! From here we caught a ferry from Arsenale to Rialto ferry stops. This took us firstly along the edge of the island in the bay, passing the port and many industrial ...
... waited for our number to be called and before we knew it we were in line to go through security. NCL and Venice port really are organized and we were on board by 13h00. We were greeted at the top of the gang way by a band playing music and staff who swiped our cards to check us on board. Once on board we ordered our wine for the week and got our tickets and then headed to the buffet. We managed to find a table for lunch at ...