Hotel Villa Pannonia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and even in the tourist haunts they seem to maintain a sense of self. The paint peels more in venice and prague than in Paris, and true romance also peels a little in the dark corners, just nobody likes to admit it. It does just make the postcard scenery all the more beautiful. I was worried that venice wouldn't be as romantic the second time around, or that Katrina wouldn't be as taken with it as I was. Luckily neither of these things were true - it was just as magical the ...
... to Murano Island. Initially glass makers had shops all over Venice but the government stepped in and moved them all to Murano because of the fire risk. Murano was a much quieter island. We walked the canals carefully shopping in the glass stores as I knew what a diastero it is to accidentally bump something. After several unsuccessful attempts to view the glassmakers at work we were able to squeeze into a shop to observe the artisans at work. They nimbly made a ...
... would need to pay an extra 50Eur each but we didn’t mind - just wanted to get on the train. Steve went to get his wallet and it was gone – guess by whom???? He just lost it – I thought he was going to faint – total panic. I calmed him down reminding him that we had split our money (the pin money we had for everyday purchases) and had duplicate credit cards. The ironic thing about all this is that ...
... so we were very happy with our choices.
What we don't like is how they add 12% surcharge to the bill regardless and they don't allow you to order Tap Water to drink. Must be from a bottle. Drinks are very expensive and the food is not as bad but that didn't stop us from enjoying it.
We arrived in Venice during a bad storm and on the 2nd night it happened again. We were inside and home already so it didn't bother us at all. Didn't last long but it was heavy ...
... Venice conquered Constantinople, Venice took them and when Napoleon conquered Venice he took them to Paris. They were eventually returned to Venice. Sorry I have no pictures because they did not allow cameras in the cathedral. Dinner at a restaurant along the Grand Canal at the Rialto bridge. At late night walk before ...