Travel Blogs from Sottomarina
... 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 ...
June 16-18 This post will probably be pretty short since we only spent one full day in Venice and it was surprisingly uneventful. We arrived in Venice sometime around 5ish and the minute we got off the train we felt a huge climate difference from Rome. Venice was HUMID! I suppose that makes sense since its essentially built on water. I knew we were close to our hostel so I figured we could walk there from the train station. Worst walk ever. There's a bridge right ...
... booked to see an opera, The Barber of Seville, in a palazzo for the evening - Musica a Palazzo. It was quite close to home but it took us a long time to find. Ken had the map and we went one way and then the next, but just couldn't find the right piazza. I finally pulled out my phone and google maps took us there. You needed to cross a canal over one bridge and then immediatley cross back over another one that took you to the street where ...
... as well but we decided that spending time on the mainland was going to be more fun since we had limited time.
I had troubles scanning our passes for the vaporetto but it was already here so my mum and brother just rushed me up the boat. I didn’t think much of it since we already had our passes anyways. So we soon arrived at Murano.
We didn’t really have a specific plan so we just followed the crowd and headed to a factory to see the glass ...
... to the 4th floor which had the 2nd full bathroom (with bathtub), a kitchen, dining room and little family room that we turned into the computer room. Then there was a tiny spiral glass staircase leading to the 5th floor where there was another sitting room, the laundry room and the access to the roof level balcony. The huge balcony had two tables, 8 chairs and a little water sink (more about that in our next days blog). The view ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services