Locanda Antica Venezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Olympia, the site of the Ancient Olympics.
The town had a lovely main street lined with flags from competing nations and shops selling authentic souvenirs. We walked the length of it and headed up to the archaeological site. We had been feeling a little “over” ancient ruins but we loved these. Some of what has been found here dates earlier than 600 BC. The history is fascinating. We spent considerable time here and even ran the start (and Ken ...
... Canal. We took the budget option. Our trip cost €2 each!! This was the Traghetto. (Gondola Ferry) The trip literally transports you across the 50m wide Grand Canal. It is customary to stand whilst being transported. The ferry takes up to 20 persons and is steered by two Gondolieri. The journey (although I’m not sure if it qualifies to be called a ‘journey’!!) takes less than 3 minutes. Regardless of the amount of standing room, we ...
... to sign instead of using his PIN.
We returned the F-lat-ee to Europcar at Piazzale Roma. Dad reckoned they were pretty casual in signing it back in but he returned the keys and then we had to take our luggage down to the vaporetto - the water service that takes people around Venice.
It cost us €28 for the family but then we got the best seats at the back of the boat. It took about 40 mins to get to our stop in Arsenale but we went through the Grand Canal ...
... if you have fairy tale dreams of this beautiful city on water and have a chance to go there, go as it is very beautiful it is just unfortunate that it is overridden with tourists, bit ironic really?! It truly is...just like the pictures. Amazing architecture and a very cool place but just no atmosphere.
We got 'cheap' accommodation outside of Venice itself, out on the ...
... at a cafe for lunch and no sooner had we pulled our chairs out to take a seat, the 3 women sitting beside us starred at us with filthy looks on their faces before asking to be moved. I was feeling really sensitive about it, I can't stand judgemental poeple who look down their noses at others. I wanted to go up to them and tell them how rude it was and that we are nice people. j just said f*k em there just snobby old *****es! The snobbinsss was my ...