Locanda Poste Vecie
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... worst train ride ever. Air conditioningwas on full blast, had everyone piling more and more on as cold air just blasted us.
Arrived in Venice with massive headaches into a wall of humid heat. By the time we walked our suitcases to our meeting point which involved 2 bridges (all with steps) and a brief moment of navigational difficulties (we got lost) we met our host who then walked us over 3 more bridges to our apartment and then 2 flights of ...
... getting on the right taxi and finally getting to our hotel on the water. (I am pretty sure we might still be at the Hertz Rental Car now without our guide!) What an amazing experience. It was so surreal to be floating down this river on this lovely wooden boat with our suitcases and camera in hand and arriving at our hotel door by boat. We literally climbed out of the boat onto a dock and walked into our hotel the Palace Bonvecchiati ...
... can and I the regular gym work of cycling and weights etc. We have been trying to go every second day, although I have been there for an hour a day for the last two days. Claire has not always been able to do the gym when I do, as her health issue of muscle fatiguing has prevented her from doing that on some of the days.
Apart from attending a briefing for the remainder of the cruise today, the rest of ...
... Square where it was absolutely packed with people. It was really cool to see the huge square and the amazing buildings surrounding it.
For dinner we decided to try a more touristy restaurant. Faj tried black ink spaghetti and I decided to order a seafood spaghetti which was absolutely amazing. I think I will forever be craving that spaghetti for the rest of my life.
Monday morning we were packed and ready to ...
... as the city is sinking, and floods for up to a month of each calendar year. The paving in St Marcos square and in the basilica is where it is most obvious being very uneven with areas starting to sink and collapse. It is believed the city will only have around 80 years left in existence. A privilege to be able to see it in our lifetime but also sad to hear that our children's children will not experience this unique place!
Next we ...