Hotel Villa Alberti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Scrovegni, the city museum, St Anthony's Basillica and the Prato Della Valle, a wonderful eliptical island park surrounded by a canal and 82 statues of distinguished citizens and former students of Padova university. The visit to the Cappella Degli Scrovegni was really interesting as it houses the most complete works of renaissance painter Giotto. The frescoes are over 700 years old and the colours magnificent. To ...
... a very relaxing lunch and then wandered across the bridge to Burano, where we retraced the steps of our last visit. Not a lot had changed. We caught the ferry back to Murano where Judi picked up a few bits and pieces and we enjoyed window shopping in some of the more high end art galleries. They produce some beautiful designs in glass. We took another route home to ...
... shepherded upstairs to an enormous gallery full of exquisitely tasteless and unnecessary glass objects. This was a great deal of fun with two kids, one of whom has a predilection for tasteless and unnecessary glass objects, the other of whom is self-training to be a ninja. We escaped without incident or souvenirs.
On our last night in Venice we took a gondola ride, something we had not done during our honeymoon. I would like to ...
... We sat next to a lovely couple from Michigan (Christy & Rick) who were great conversationalists. Trading stories of our different travels and realizing that no matter where I go and what I see it's the people that I meet that enrich the experience. On our way back to the hotel we stopped for gelato (big surprise) but I think it's the best I've had so far at Boutique del Gelato --- hands down the best Nutella gelato I've ever had and at this point, I'm ...
The drive from Bologna to Venice was supposed to be a reasonably simple 1.5hrs, but this quickly developed into 3.5 hours. The problem was the exit we needed to take to get to the site was closed and we kept taking the wrong turn which meant you ended up on the bridge to Venice itself and with it a 6 km round trip to get back to your starting point. It was nice to see the outskirts of Venice, but by the 3rd or 4th time it was getting a little dull.