Locanda Antico Fiore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLocanda Antico Fiore Venice
A great location with easy access to many parts of Venice. Wonderful breakfast. Air conditioner in the room was much appreciated!
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... to either our iPhones or iPads and now it keeps dropping out..very frustrating. It must be all that water!
If you haven't been to Venice, start planning. It is absolutely beautiful and has the 'wow' factor in bucket loads. It just doesn't disappoint.
After arriving at the station we caught a water taxi the short distance across the lagoon direct to our hotel...our hotel has a mooring right at its back door. It's about a ten minute ride in a ...
... small digital cameras were a group of nuns. Other than their instantaneously ‘stand out’ black and white garb, acting like any other over enthusiastic, excited tourist. I was a little surprised to see some of the nuns with their own iPads and iPhones. Not because women of the cloth are not allowed such technologies but I was under the impression that anything to do with an apple is a sin since Adam took that first bite!! On passing the ‘<i>nuns on ...
... barriers mean you don't get the usual chit chat with your hairdresser happening and the service is much quicker. His hair was gone before he knew it. One tentative husband returned and after a trip to the bathroom to inspect the result we moved on.
Our flight with Easyjet left half an hour late but all was OK. Arriving in Venice we were advised it had been raining and still was which was a bit of a shock as Nice had been a very warm and humid day. ...
... to massive chandeliers, vases and everything in between. A few restaurants, but mainly shops, the majority of which stayed open during siesta time.
Returned on the direct vaporetto which took us on the other side of the Cimitero. Changed vaporettos and headed up the Grand Canal to the markets. It was high tide and some of the restaurants close to the canal had water lapping under the feet of their patrons.
Our gondola ride ...
... the most famous and renowned landmark in the city. Its reputation is so prestigious you cannot feed the pigeons, sit on the tiled steps or pay less than 30 euros for a seat, cappuccino and view of the cafe orchestras playing their renditions of classic tunes via accordion. If you do find yourself sitting at a cafe in St Mark's Square, prepare to be taken aback by the charming music and the hefty price ticket that awaits you. ...