Hotel Villa Alberti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Had a wonderful day today. It started off rather early - woke up at 4:20 and could not get back to sleep. Finally gave up at 7am and figured I might as well get ready and head out. Today I ventured out into the Venice Lagoon to visit three of the islands. I purchased a 7 day vaporetto pass earlier this week which includes passage to the islands, so I just needed to find my way to the right vaporetto station in the Castello District and things would be ...
... 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 ...
... by prisoners, and the view down the canal was the last of the outside they would see, so they would sigh. The Rialto district was way too crowded. Venice has 20 million visitors a year!!! And the Square was busy hosting a marathon run - so there was a lot to see.
At lunch we all went our own ways and Dan and I walked back to our hotel slowly, enjoying the sights as we ...
... of Italy, there are not many street lights so there are a lot of dark alley ways. We didn't get as lost as we had trying to find the grand canal but we still didn't go the most direct route back. I was so happy to finally see the train station my biggest fear was getting lost and missing the last bus and being stuck in Venice over night. It was a good day we spend about 11 hours in and around Venice and that's probably all we needed I'm glad we decided to stay only two ...
... It was nice traveling with my family because they already had everything planned. I just decided to tag along. I didn't have to worry about transportation, lodging, activities, meals... I just went with the flow. It was nice:) I got to see the beach, their old house (they lived in Italy before Germany), had THE best gelato of my life, went to the us military base (my uncle works for the military, so my cousins all worked on the base). And the second day, we took a trip to Venice. ...