Hotel Ai Laghetti
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The guard and enforcer of this imbecilic rule pleaded no understanding and in the end to save Susan further embarrassment I walked away inflamed and needed a coffee, a beer, and a slice of Margarita pizza to calm me down. Unquestionably unless the church is a city owned museum I can't see how they can lay down rules about modesty which are inconsistent with other churches in the city, country or globe. If I could write Italian i ...
Starting the day in the courtyard of the B&B with a lovely breakfast was fantastic - the sun was shining. After getting ready we headed to the waterbus station Ca d'Oro and soon we were on our way to Piazzale Roma to go to the tourist information centre. We had heard about a chorus pass which allowed entry into 15 churches in Venice. For 8 Euro each we bought the chorus pass, and 25 Euro each for 48 hour watertaxi passes. We then made our way to Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari - ...
... we used it). After a good night's sleep at our new digs we were ready for taking on every stop that a tourist must see while in Venice. We started at the north end of the Grand Canal, by the train station where we bought the next day's tickets to Florence. We hopped on a vapperrertto that took us from the train station all the way to St. Marks Plaza. It was so surreal to see an entire city built on canals. And of course I was so glad to ...
... my Italian teacher once told me - "If you order a hot chocolate in Italy, that's exactly what you'll get. Hot, melted chocolate in a glass." I liked it anyway. By this time it was getting dark, and if I thought Venice was beautiful during the day, well, it was stunning by night. Rather than take a water bus back to the train station, I thought I'd be a smart ass and negotiate my way back through the alley maze to ...
... masterpieces) and museums I have access to with my Venice Card. For 68 Euro, the seven day pass gets you into the 10 civic museums, 20 churches, (I've never been to so many churches in my life!) unlimited use of the buses and acqua buses and most importantly, the water closets! That alone is worth the money since it costs 1 Euro to use a washroom in the city. Not one vegetarian restaurant to found here... but a few have veggie options, so I haven't been starving... lots of pasta ...