- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... some of the goods, but eventually we decided to go along - nothing to lose since we could always jump in the car and leave. As it turned out, it proved to be an informative and enjoyable evening, and since we liked what we tasted, we bought as well. The presentation was delivered by the Italian owner, who started the enterprise less than ten years ago, but his previous business involved deluxe reclining chairs - the type involving a remote control handset. His ...
... try to imagine a time when Venice was more then a romantic honeymoon destination. The Venetian art we saw seemed very focused on textures and pattern, and not terribly concerned with the figure itself. I was excited to see the Da Vinci exhibit, but unfortunately it was "coming soon" not there yet. We found a great Gyro shop for lunch and camped out in our room for a nap. When we woke up it was pouring rain and we needed to walk back to ...
... be good, forcing you to plan out rubbish-producing projects, for example—ha! I know it looks and smells much cleaner here than it did in Florence and certainly than it did in Rome. With all of these very narrow passageways, it could get pretty messy and smelly if anything was left out. Sometimes, in the morning, I would see the garbage collectors, pushing ...
... the train station and got our train to Venice. 10 minutes later, we arrived.
Venice. We decided on this first day to walk around the East side of the island. This is also where my hostel from my last stay in Venice was located. We meandered through the streets, crossing bridges, stopping in souvenir shops, and searching for my old hostel.
Eventually we wound our way back around to St. Mark's square. We then made our way North, again winding our way ...
... Scuzzi!" to get to the dock. With our history of capsized boats, I was a little wary of the gondola. The man assisting with the loading was not very patient, so I had to practically leap in to the boat, which was terrifying! Once Chris and I were settled into the red velvet lined seats, TWO more men started to climb into the gondola! I thought they were confused so I shouted at them that they needed to get out. Mihaela came over and told us to sit back ...