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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of Venice which visited Torcello, Burano and Murano in a 4 1/2 hour time from a few people we heard talking. I am glad we just used public transportation on our own time.
Burano lace history goes way back to the 14 or 1500's when it was renowned in Europe but by the 1800's it was almost forgotten until it was revived by a few who still had the art and now attracts many to the island. The lace is beautiful, a true art to see. Some of the less expensive items of course ...
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... we going with the girls to get a gondola ride and some food in Venice. I'm excited to see the town at a slower pace in the evening ;) another day on the bus tomorrow to Rome. These day actually go very quickly and so nice to not do anything after sightseeing so much. Rome is going to be busy so much too do ;) can't wait! Lots of love xxxxx Boy: so our first stop into Italy is Venice, I'm writing this on day 3 so we are both a little late to post another blog but that ...
... the tripod off. We made our
way slowly but surely as we wandered through various complexities of
narrow streets and lines of markets.
We got back at about 3pm.
We then went back out for gelato!! We had seen a place the night before and I saw a flavor I was craving. When we got there we decided to get a cup of 4 flavours each! Oooh yeah!For me, dark chocolate sorbet, kit Kat, sacher (dark choc, sponge cake and apricot jam), and of course mint choc chip.
The trip to Venice was awesome! Even though it was raining the entire time we were there, we still made the best of it and enjoyed walking around the city. The day started bright and early with a 7 hour bus ride to Venice. Once we got there in the afternoon, we headed to Piazza San Marco or St. Mark's Square. St. Mark's Square is the central area of Venice and is referred to as the "The Piazza" and the other smaller squares are called "campi". Right when you enter St. ...