Villaggio Turistico Isamar
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... 8211; homemade – gelaterias, and she led us to Grom where the flavors were listed only in Italian. Cookies and cream with whole biscuits for me, hazelnut for Hannah, and of course café con leche for Zoe. We had started our day in the Jewish ghetto, and ended our sightseeing in the Basilica of St. Mark. Now we were sitting on a marble monument eating gelato and I realized we had achieved the remarkable feat of experiencing three Venetian religions in one day.
... 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. ...
... and have been built to withstand another major quake. Anything old or ancient is carefully protected by archeological regulations. The island is very diverse in its landscape with some pebble and some sand beaches, and many small vineyards which produce for the locally famed Robelas winery. Our tour took us of the mountains to the beautiful Melissani Lake. This is an underground lake ...
... and also stories of Venice's history. In the evening time we attended a play at the Teatro San Gallo. This documented this history and culture of Venice. One of the things Venetians are most proud of is the theft of St. Mark. Apparently Mark had a dream where he was visited by an angel which told him his bones would rest in Venice. However, he died and was buried ...
... genius Praxiteles. Anyone that climbs the tall, graceful Campanile or bell tower will have a wonderful panorama of the entire city.
The Palace of the Doges became the heart of Venetian government from the 9th-century, even though the present Venetian-Gothic masterpiece was not constructed until the 14th century. Today, it is perhaps the city’s most famous symbol of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet