Hotel Villa Alberti
- 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 ...
... us from his spot right underneath the check in desk at our Venice hotel - his name is Matisse and he's 10. He seems to have a free run of the common areas and the alley outside. Just a little something to add to the already gorgeous scenery here :)
My train arrived in Venice, late afternoon on December 26th.
Having some time to kill before Haley, Katelyn and Robin arrived, I made my way to my hostel. Definitely not the most lavish hostel I have stayed in, but considering I was staying in Venice on a budget, it was a nice clean room to stay in. I dropped off my stuff and headed right back out the door. I spent a few hours walking around close to the hostel, doing some window shopping, looking for restaurants and watching ...
... fascinated by the canals the gondolas floated through. I also got the chance to speak Italian, the person actually understood me! -Hamish It was a very early start this morning. Wake up call at 3.15, in the lobby by 3.45 and lacked buses and on the way to the airport by 4.15. The students had to show their passports in order to board the buses. A packed lunch grabbed in the foyer and then off to the airport. The drive was quick as little traffic on the roads. We checked in using ...
... impression and suddenly, you find yourself attached to these people. Then, you have to let go. It is downside you learn to live with. Our paths may cross again in Spain since we happen to be there around the same time, but I know that it is unlikely. It is highly likely we may never see each other again. Just like many other amazing people I’ve met already. But you continue to travel in hope and cherish the fact that you were lucky enough to meet them in the first place.