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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
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... area - not a ghetto as in a slum but an area where the Jewish first moved to. Their guttural pronunciation mangled the Venetian term "geto" into "ghetto", creating the word still used today to indicate various places of where people of the same ethnic or religious group are clustered. We saw many warehouses where the first merchants came to do business hundreds of years ago. We passed by Academia Bridge, built 150 years ago as ...
... br> Katie was on the hunt for a mask from Vencie. Part of the fun is trying on masks and she and Lily found some great masks they thought might be good to wear to the next Crane dance! After much investigation, we learned that most of the shops sell masks made in China and if you want to get an authentic Venician mask that is hand-painted, you have to go to a little artisan shop.
Boogle eyed and wary after a night train we arrived mid morning in Santa Lucia, Venice and caught a seperate train to Mistra where our hotel was directly across the road from the train station. Very handy. We did the luggage offload and headed back to the island to investigate. Armed with a map and positivity we headed out to an island tour and soaked up the sights on the way. Street hawkers, cheap Venetian masques and tabac stands and tiny ...
... maze that it is. You go down one road then another then dead end so you go a different way and find a bridge that you think might take you to the right place. We had to use google to find St. Marks square which with all the twisting roads and canals took a while to reach. We grabbed pizza from a vendor for lunch. St. Marks square was busy. It must of been low ride because it was not under water yet. We spent lots of the afternoon looking at the ...
... as we dismantled the A-frame and stored it in the bus’ locker. Reckoned that we had 10mins to spare in reaching the camp although I felt I would need some more diesel as we thought the camp’s 6 amps would not suffice and the generator would have to be activated. The last 20 km was road works and the spare minutes soon evaporated.
As usual, the camping signs disappeared just when we ...