Ca' del Borgo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... this one isn’t coming home with us but it is …… because really, I just like these bags! Maybe I am just a tourist after all.
After dinner we headed back to San Marco for the final time so that we can catch a water bus down the Grand Canal, as we have finally admitted that we are not going to have a gondola ride. Our second time in Venice and still no Gondola ride :( The water in San Marco was now even higher than it was ...
... learned about the Venice masks before the tour ended.
Nick and I then headed toward where our Gondola ride was going to start and when we reached it we headed in the opposite direction to find a cheaper place for lunch. We went to a cafe and enjoyed wine with our bruschetta and pizza.
We then walked back to where our ride was going to be. I booked using our gift voucher, so we had to meet a guide before we could get in a gondola. ...
... the little sides of the city it was way better. Our Grumpy man even tried to have a bit of a sing, he then coughed a lung up and stopped the boat to park up and light his smoke!! I was like that would be right hahahahahaha Afterwards we had some free time to explore the streets, so David, Lizzy and I went together and found a pizza shop for a bite to eat and just mooched around looking at all the different things this place offered. I ...
With only one full day in Venice we wanted to put in as much time exploring as possible. After pulling the kids away from some of the perks of our 'luxury' accommodation (very cool assembly line style toaster and satellite TV that had a ‘translate to English’ function for family channel) we went out to explore the winding alleys and bridges of Venice. Our route was vague, our destination being the Rialto Bridge and the nearby interactive Leonardo ...
... amazingly beautiful buildings. The city organization was just crazy with everything along the canal. We arrived at Piazza San Marco which was the 12th 13th century power center and dubbed by Napoleon as the Finest drawing room in Europe. The Basilica di San Marco was especially beautiful with its mosaicked entrances. Elaborate gold mosaics to be exact. While it looks beautiful from the outside it actually has sloping floors, five unequal domes, and ...