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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Laguna Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... Suddenly we realised we had 5 minutes to get back to the tour that realistically takes 15 minutes to walk back too. I knew I needed to get fit before we left Melbourne for a reason. Never run so fast in the most inappropriate attire in my life. Now I know why Melbournians love black!! But luckily we made it!
... St Mark's Square, the Basillica and campanile. There is then an opportunity to visit a glass blowing demonstration and factory at Galleria San Marco. We'll be having dinner on the island then back to the hotel for a good sleep before getting up at sparrow **** for another long coach trip to Rome. We will be staying at the Antony Hotel (Anth comes with us wherever we go <3), via Orlanda, 182, 30173 Venezia, Italy, Telephone: +39041542 ...
... city with postcard views everywhere you turn. However our hotel just off piazza San Marco seems to be in the busiest, most commercialised area. I was a bit over it after an hour of so. We booked a walking tour with our hotel host Bruno for tomorrow, to try and get a better feel for the real story of Venice. We went for the obligatory gondola ride which was great once we got into the quiet canals. It was a perfect arvo and the young bloke was full of ...
... We then had the safety of the canals. We had time in the naval dockyards as the guide Rene explained the history of the place and how the ancient Venetian navy made many war ships there. We continued to paddle through a variety of canals. Both wide and narrow, under low bridges and in between motor boats, some stationary and others moving. It was a wonderful time and we covered a lot of water in a short amount of time. When Rene announced we ...
... a suitcase, even a small one, is a pain to carry around, it seems to be a pretty good idea so far.
Today was awesome though! We spend the day just roaming around Venice. Everything is so old and rich with history which is a huge contrast to the newer skyscrapers of Chicago. Venice seems especially like a fairy-tale with the surrounding water and gondola rides. Venice is also known for its glass figurines and carnival masks so there were plenty of ...