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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... 150 US and up for a short ride. The vaporettos are fun and you get a very similar experience except you don't go down small canals. But, you're not right next to the sewer water either, and there's no danger of getting splashed. Yes, they still flush toilets into the canals. It is an open sewer that can emit some nasty smells and you do NOT want to touch that water.
8) Get lost. You will even if you don't want to, but enjoy ...
... it has been the home of glass makers for 700 years. They are particularly famous for making glass mirrors. Our visit was both educational and amusing. You will find everything from paperweights, glass beads, knick-knacks, glass jewellery and a massive range of household glassware and ornaments. We were amused by the glass fish, candy and other items seeking an explanation! It was topped off by some breath-taking chandeliers of all shapes, sizes ...
... as the weather has turned a bit :( then back out for dinner. Just a little tired of Pasta etc so we ended up at a Chinese Restaurant ..... LOL .... Enjoyed. A visit to Venice would not be complete without going to Rialto Bridge so we headed there for a look and some snaps then another peaceful stroll home, listening to the Gondoliers serenading ..... Ahhhhhh ...
... 8217;t get any closer to the bridge or the canal than this whilst enjoying a carafe of Italian red wine – perfect!
We got chatting to some French guys sat at the next table and one turned out to be a famous chef at a three Michelin starred restaurant in Lyon and he invited us to visit and sample his cuisine – now there’s an offer you don’t get every day! Might have to re-work our itinerary ...
... on it which hinders the view and the picture taking. We went all along the island, past the public gardens (I’m going to walk down here sometime in the next few days) and then out on the Venetian lagoon towards Lido. Lido di Venezia, according to my guide book, is a seaside holiday resort, busiest in the summer months when it hosts the International Film Festival (that would have been fun!). It’s the only island here that has roads for its buses, cars, ...