Villa Edera Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... gifts hopes, we did this for s couple of hours, then had a ice cream... The weather is fantastic and I have fallen I love with Venice Getting ready soon for our Gondola ride at 6.30 pm tonight, from there we will go to dinner and get in an early night as we have an early start... Hope you are all ok, miss and love you all heaps..... Vivo( Mum) John (dad) nanny and pa ...
... pack up to be ready for our early (6am) departure.
Venice was more than I imagined it would be and more. Great weather, great food and great setting. I'm excited for our next destination. Lxo
Ps we even found 'Harry Bar ' (last picture!).
... water taxi was more expensive than I had thought. It's basically a bus system for the city, but it's €7 for a one ride ticket! And the gondola rides were even more outrageous at €80. We didn't take one. The first afternoon we were in Venice we walked to St marks square. It's a large square, which is about 2.5 acres, that has a bunch of shops and restaurants running around the edges. It's pretty, but again it's been pretty everywhere ...
Tired and not real sure of anything I spy a building in a piazza, looks interesting. Its not a church but is old and looks like it has offices of sorts upstairs. Inside is wide with arched trelleses holding up the ancient 12 foot or so high ceiling. The open ceiling had big wooden beams for support. We hadn't seen this type of architecture before as mainly the support has been in stone. Again the frescos adorned the walls, the floor was tiled and ...
... was a stall selling spices which even had Murray River salt!
We then boarded the coach for the last time and headed to Venice. The landscape up here
is much flatter, with more level fields of farmland, similar to the river flats at home. The houses are more formal looking than in Tuscany too, with some brick and some rendered homes. After driving across the land bridge, we arrived in beautiful Venice. What a place! It's just incredible to ...