Una Hotel Venezia
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Off again - back to Italy. I was there only 5 months ago, but there are always more places to go. And this time Venice! I've been looking forward to this trip for so long! The flight left Gatwick on time at 4pm and we were soon skimming over the Alps and then over the Adriatic Sea, into Venice. Getting through European airports are always so quick …
... nice! It was entertaining to watch the cafe 'manager' standing out the front 'encouraging' people to come in for a meal. He had a menu written in a variety of languages to entice diners in but he was also very obviously watching female passer-bys. Seems to be acceptable with no one else even noticing the leering looks of the manager. The meal itself was just what we needed.
Early to bed after watching some night movement along the ...
... stinks. Literally, it smells awful. Mike was here 12 years ago, and said it didn't stink, but it was cold and actually snowed! But it's fairly warm now, and it smells. I can't imagine how horrible it would smell in the heat of summer. Gag. The water is actually really dirty. It's a green blue color, but there's a ton of garbage and seaweed floating around. It's all pretty from afar, but up close its dirty and run down. Venice isn't really ...
... in the many lace shops that dotted the main square of this Italian resort village area. The colorful architecture had a very whimsical character and the cookies (bussolas) were delicious! We then spent the rest of the day in St. Mark's Square strolling through the Museum Correr and trying to find a traghetto launch station. In Venice, gondola service is 80 to 100 euros for a half hour tour through the canals. It is only 2 euro for a crossing of the Grand ...
... St Palo is and we walk to the Pizza restaurant again that was closed last night. We find it closed again, but this time we see a sign that reads it's closed for renovations. We start walking back towards our hotel and see a bar called Da Sandro and stop for a drink. That owner talks us into eating a soup which he has take. 3 days to Make in honour of Della Madonna salute. It's really nice and we chat to a girl from Munich named Eva. We have a good night and walk back to the hotel for ...