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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... water gets up to waist height.
One of the stops was a bookstore which backs onto a canal. They dont bother blocking the doorways for high tide. Instead all their books are piled up in a giant gondola in the middle of the store and in bathtubs! During the last emergency flood they lost a lot of books and have since glued all the ruined books together to make steps and walls in the courtyard! They also have two fat cats though we only saw one. ...
... where they make glass. We saw a demonstration, amazing how skilled they are, quickly turning the lumps into jugs & even a horse within moments. In the evening we took a gondola ride, it was so lovely & peaceful. A beautiful way to see a different view of Venice before heading for dinner. Tuesday Up early for our train to Florence. Was great being up so early to see Venice without all the ...
... version. These two families were staunch rivals in Verona and were fiercely opposed to them getting together. After a ball Romeo hid under Juliets balcony where he heard her confession of love. The next day they were married. In the meantime her cousin challenged Romeo the next day and his friend accepted the fight on his behalf and died during the contest. Romeo was thrown out of the city and was forced to flee to a nearby town...Mantova. Juliet took ...
... Napoleon moved the academy to its present local, and the collection was greatly enlarged by works of art from churches and monasteries Napoleon suppressed.
There are over twenty rooms displaying art more or less in chronological order. Needless to say the number of pictures of Christ from Madonna and child to the Crucifixion numbs the mind. In some of the rooms, the ceilings and floors were spectacular. We could have stayed for days but ...
... step over or through at your own peril. Venice is said to be the most expensive city in Italy due to it's geographical location. Due to this all products, food and otherwise, must be shipped in. I think that it is a little of an excuse to gauge the tourist as if it was truly this expensive for all, including the locals, none of them would or for that matter could live here. Could there possibly be a "tourist price" and a "locals" one?? I hazard to ...