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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... between the two columns that guard St. Marks Square. The two tall columns form the official gateway to the city and the location where criminals were executed in the 18th century…between the columns. Hence for Venetians it is considered to be bad fortune to walk between the two columns. As we moved past the columns honoring two of Venice's patrons - St Mark and St Teodoroe - we walked past the Palace of the Doge, a beautiful Gothic building that ...
We had a 9:30am train to Venice, so after checking out of our hotel (and not getting charged for Internet after all...Grrr!), we headed to the "dirty cardboard box " (railway station). This would be our last rail trip in Italy, so we had mixed emotions. We'd enjoyed our time in Florence and the mixture of organised tours and time to explore on our own worked well for us. In some ways I wasn't particularly looking forward to spending time in Venice as my memory of ...
... century. It is now recognised as the cathedral of Venice. We venture through the square and the building around the outside that now contains many of the world's most exclusive brands, and stumble across the Hard Rock Cafe, where we stop for an early dinner. In the early evening, we make it back to the hotel after losing ourselves in the alleys (despite having a reasonable map), which seems to be the case for most visitors and is part of the charm of this ...
... super clear so we decided to look for shells rather than swim or lay out. We found some great ones (don't worry Mary, some are headed your way!) and had fun walking through the water on the hunt. Around 6:30 we decided to head back and we couldn't have picked a better time. It was sprinkling when we approached the water bus docks and starting to rain a tiny bit harder by the time we shoved ourselves onto a bus. Remember how I said 60 people? Probably 150 on this ...
... and I can buy a table runner for $8, but this one is so pretty.
We walked around admiring the pretty houses, many with their washing flapping in the breeze. Some houses even seemed to have washing which matched the colour of their house. That would be me. Burano's main church, San Martino, has a leading camponile, which can be seen for miles.
We had lunch at a small restaurant away from the crowds. Terry's pizza was the size of a ...