- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... oddly intriguing.
We think we could linger in our quiet Venetian neighborhood longer. Early morning and late afternoon light captures beautiful and serene reflections of the bridges in quiet canals.
... back to the Hotel, sometimes in circles. That night we enjoyed "happy hour" on the rooftop to celebrate Helen's birthday with a platter and of course Italian wine. Later that night we went looking for a wine bar which Rod insisted was easy to find, to no avail..... again we spent some time going around in circles....... Thursday most of the day was spend at St Marks Square, starting with the Doge's Palace which ...
... walking and found lots of glass stores that sold glass animals, glass decorations and many other things. Amelia and Thomas each got a glass animal, Tom got a teddy bear and amelia got a swan. Amelia also got a bracelet for her friend Sylvie. We kept on walking and found another glass shop where mum and dad bought a sailing boat for their friends Chris and Bec. We kept on walking and found a shoe store where my dad tried on some sandals and loafers. He didn't find any he liked ...
... around. Another train had arrived at the adjacent platform and one crazy woman decided to lead a tour of Japanese down the other side as people were boarding. As we started to get on a couple of scammers tried to take our bags, but we held our ground and told them to go away. They lost interest and moved on. We got to our seats and stowed luggage, only to find the same guys arrive at our seats helping ...
... as a prelude to moving on to a proper restaurant for a meal. We try some thin toasted slices of bread with baccala, and others with blue cheese topped with an anchovy. All are delicious, and at €1.50 each and €2 for the prosecco we drink with them, it's a bargain. After this break I set out to deliberately get us lost, as we haven't spent any time on this side of the canal yet. We wander through tiny back streets ...