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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Ca' Riccio Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... obvious was the complete melting pot of peoples. There were tour groups operating in every language. The most difficult were the Russian and the Chinese who have no respect for queues or for anyone else's rights to look and take photos. The cathedral of St Mark is the resting place of St Mark the Apostle. Unlike most of his ancient era, he is not buried in a crypt, but lies instead beneath the main alter. This is because of the high water table in Venice. The cathedral ...
... above the Gucci store and across the alley from Swarovski crystal. Small but well equipped, this accomodation felt more like a hotel with a kitchen than an apartment. The kids especially loved the bathroom which had double sinks and a light-up chromatherapy shower head. Maybe that will help us finally get the boys to bathe!
Excited to explore this unique city, and considering we only had two nights in Venice we went out for a wander ...
... dinner in the city :) tomorrow we have a full day to ourselves to do as we wish after we go and see the coliseum and Trevi fountain. We did have some unfortunate news about the fountain, it is under construction at the moment and has scaffolding all around it and no water, but apparently people are still throwing their coins in and so will we :) Love you all and miss you all so much. But for now I will continue to look out the window and debate as to where my holiday house will be ...
... garden, nibbling lite sandwiches, sipping Aperol spritz and talking art - happy!!
Hopped on vaporettas again and lucky to get front outdoor seating so decided to just sit there and ride it to end of line and return. Went to Lido and back on yet another gorgeous sunny day.
Eventually found San Juan Trattoria (very hard to remember one lane from another!!) to eat a light pasta and yet another yummy pizza.
Lovely Venese ...
... city that we are about to experience. Venice has 20,000,000 visitors a year; there are over 400 bridges; the 1st casino was located here over 500 years ago; Carnevale in Venice used to last for 6 months each year until Napoleon Bonaparte stopped it; Carnevale in Venice only started again 30 years ago and now just lasts for 40 days before Easter; the Black Plague killed over 2/3 of the inhabitants of Venice in the early 1600s; the ...