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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Avogaria Locanda Venice
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... reminding ourselves that it is surrounded by water so we couldn't get too lost. Eventually we found our way back to an area we could navigate and we checked out the fresh food market and did a little window shopping. The kids both instantly feel in love with the Venetian masks and they started hunting for ones that fit them and that they wanted to take home. Chris found one that he said reflected the whole trip and the things he ...
... island of Torcello… we’ll put that on the to-do list for next time. We get a much-prized seat on the 45 minute journey back to Fondamente Nove. We use a combination of water bus and walking to get back to the San Marco sestiere . We stop for an afternoon Spritz at Campo Santo Stefano. I love that once you move away from the high tourist-traffic areas such as St Mark’s and Rialto there are so many other squares lined with bars, ...
... color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.701961); font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(130, 98, 83, 0.0980392);">St Mark's Square belonged to people working or connected to the church. Lower levels were the shops, next level was the living. One side opposite the church the building was constructed during Napoleon times and it looks quite different to the other three sides.
... house which was white. Then we went to a bar called Laguana bar it was good but the hot choclate had chunks of chocolate in it and that was the best bit of the Laguana bar.
We are now on the train to Naples and when we are there we are going to drive to Positano. In the train you are allowed to take dogs on board without a kennel or anything. so funny!
... we were out and about and needed lunch. It was about 3:00pm and we hadn't eaten since breakfast. We stopped at a cafe that we knew we had walked past many times, basically it is called a bar. It was hot, Steve had a beer I had freshly squeezed orange juice, then we had some bread thing in the window, I think it was a sandwich with a weird mixture of stuff. I didn't like it so had a beer instead. Steve ate the sandwiches.
The lady next to us spoke, ...