Swiss International Michelangelo
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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A funny part of walking by in Venice is that the street vocabulary is diferente from every other Italian city due to its own dialect – the Venet – that still remains all over the street signs. To help you get used to them, here are the names you may find:
Ca' – abbreviated form of the term casa that is used in Venetian for a palace, private residence or museum (like Ca’ Rezzonico ...
... found us at Harry's Bar. I managed to load up "Find my iPhone" so I could guide them to us, just as they were 2 meters from the front door.
With the queues dwindling the kids and I headed for the Campanile, I told Emerson it was a long climb up these stairs, but she was way too sharp for me and didn't believe a word. The view from the top is astounding, in each direction. Whether you're looking at terracotta roof tiles, massive cruise ...
... to be there. We made our way through the square to the hotel. The hotel held wonderful memories as it was the same one Mick and Cathy stayed with Cathy's mom back in 2001. There were lovely views of a canal alongside the hotel although we commented that the Hard Rock Cafe had not been there 13 years ago!
Venice is a city in northeastern Italy sited on a group of 118 small islands separated by canals ...
... you can picture Venice looking like in your mind of many buildings squashed together with little alley ways going off in what seems like all directions. I wasn't asking any questions and dragging along the luggage while Jody's was leading the way - Yes, Jody was leading the way, and appeared as though she had done this before. It was almost like a thrill ride. We just stepped foot on Venetian land and was ...
... into the power slot on entry to get things going. Rookies!
Dinner was at a restaurant only 100m away. Pasta, Roast Chicken and Potatoes and Ice Cream. Quite tasty!
Tomorrow is our full day in Venice and includes a half day tour of the city and a free afternoon in which to buy some souvenirs and, of course, take a gondola ride...although at 80€ ($120) per gondola I don't think there will be any romantic rides for two...rather a party of ...