Venice Certosa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is a surprise around every corner. Newness of the old. Saints onna stick. Crumbling elegance, especially around piazza San Margharita. Rion was surprised to find a Disney shop in the middle of Venice, not far from the Rialto bridge. He also liked the Rialto bridge, with all the stores and people but also liked the lack of traffic and no traffic noise (a big problem in Rome). Me. What I liked wasn't in Venice, but it was all around it. I still bought the T-shirt ...
Today we walked across the to the other side of Venice to catch at ferry to Burano Murano is famous for glass - Burano is famous for lace but also for the colorful houses. Sun was shining ,ferry trip a pleasure and we arrived on the island with a boatfulof people. Burano is actually four islands joined and to walk around it was fantastic- plenty of photo opportunities,tourist shops to look at, and places to eat. Took the afternoon ferry home from ...
... and the christmas village. We ate dinner at a really cool tapas bar I had never been to in Alcalá that had a wonderful environment. It really represented the great friendly spanish culture that I wanted my parents to see! Shortly after, my two families said their goodbyes. My goodbye to Julia was especially meaningful and she told me that she would be missing me because she had not developed such a good relationship with any other foreign student she had hosted, which was ...
... to the Rialto Bridge. We passed opera houses, campos (parks), famous restaurants and ended at the Rialto Bridge, the most famous of Venice's 400 bridges.
Staggering with fatigue, we decided to take Rick's advice and we ate at Trattoria Da Bebi. Here we had super, bilingual service with great seafood and wine. We hadn't research wine as well as we should and quickly went with the table wine (5 euro for half liter). Great choice. If your palate ...
... beautiful buildings. Included the rooms of govt, the Arsenal, the prison, inside Bridge of Sighs connecting rooms of govt to prison: ˇ Museo Correr in the Empress' palace, with the history of Venice; Museo Archeologico; Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana; ˇ wandering thru Dorsodura neighborhood, including Accademia Bridge and The Zattere promenade. Remember to tell cute stories about dog walking, construction workers, parcel delivery guys, kids ...