Villaggio Turistico Isamar
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... Della Salute and hung out there for about an hour. It’s a Catholic church that stands at one end of the Grand Canal. Sitting on its steps affords you one of the best views of the Grand Canal and in all of Venice for that matter. (Jay and I also found the steps of the church the perfect place to change Giacomo’s diaper.)
We got back on the vaporetto to freshen up at the hotel ...
Easy Jet is by far the worst airline I have ever, ever, flown with! They had the worst cabin pressure on the flight and my ears hurt terribly, the chairs didn't recline and the air hostesses were just rude. I flew from Athens to Venice via Rome and when I weighed my bag in I was over by 100g. The Easy Jet man made me take something out, which I did, then he accepted my bag. In Rome the staff made a huge deal about the fact that I had a carry on bag AND a small shoulder purse. She ...
... were lifted. The whole apartment was refinished which was a relief after our long train ride from Rome. The next day we took a walk to the San Marco square and the gondolas. The gondolas were a nice way to ease into the Venetian culture and learn about the city and it's history. We had a nice dinner at one of the local diners we found along the sea. The next morning we walked over to a campo where we hoped to find ...
... my veto was overridden by Tanya's enthusiasm). We briskly walked about 20 minutes to the west to start the tour and hopped on a vaparetto. Luckily you can purchase a beer at one of the street vendors to take on the boat (~$2-3 euro). We hadn't done our homework and had trouble keeping up with Rick's bargain tour on the vaparetto. We took turns reading while the other tried to spy the sight in the book and in 30 minutes are so we were stepping off at our Arsenale stop. ...
... area of the city. Bikes were okay and there were lots zipping around. The hotel is in an updated 14th century building that has only been owned by 3 families over 7 centuries. Michael's family has owned it for over 200 years! He suggested several restaurants and we went to Trattoria al Rustichello just a block away outside one of the old gates. Great dinner but nothing that was on the menu which apparently the norm. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet