Venice Certosa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the crowds are now gone it was off to our final meal in Venice. We found another nice local spot to dine that is a favorite of people who live in Venice. The meal and service were amazing. The highlight Chris ordered squid ink pasta. It tasted really good just an absolute mess to eat. What a hectic but fantastic day in Venice. We didn't have nearly enough time in Venice and all of us are a little sad to ...
... midst of crowds of tourists and street sellers approaching me every 2 minutes trying to sell me some rubbish. It is far too touristy for my liking and although it's nice to say I've been here, I can't see myself ever returning. Anyway, back to the day. We sat in the square for some time, we ate our lunch and tried to figure out how on earth we were going to make it back to the bus on time. Although we had found the square we realised that there was probably no chance ...
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The third Shule is outside. It is the Sephardic Shule (17thC) which is only open on Shabbat. It is the most ornate and the wealthiest because these Jews were the merchants in Venice . Architecture is like that of a church and extremely ornate. It ...
... t stop! This place held the heart of Venice, not the tourist spots. I have been fortunate enough to gain advice from my cousin Chiara, who's currently working at the famous Guggenheim museum, which is worth its own blog post anyway (search the Guggenheim family). However, I'll save that for a rainy day. Thank You Chiara for bringing a bit of home to Italy's floating island! As a final note, I leave you with this... If you do go to Venice, please check out San Marco's square ...
... too. Criky, thats three gentleman and a boaty to get us here. I don't think they realise we are from Rochedale, nothing fancy here.
We follow him and begin our tour. Starting at a display from "master glass blower" . Very brilliant. About 90 seconds to turn a lump of glass on a stick into a fish and then another into a vase. I could of watched him for ages.
Then we go upstairs where only "special" people are invited to go. Thats scary. ...