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- Banquet room
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TripAdvisor Reviews Acca Hotel Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... watched a movie and I chose dinner of mince wraps.
After a little bit we drove back to Venice to go on a gondola ride and it was so much FUN.
I loved it.
I could do it over and over.
After we walked in the evening for a little and then about 12:00 we went to bed.
It was a really good day loved it.
Today is the last day in Venice and today we caught the bus into town. ...
... The water taxi driver stopped at the private stop for Gabrielli Sandwirth for us.
My very first impressions of Venice were of very old and run down buildings sitting on the waterfront. The further through the canals and lagoon we went show some less run down buildings but all still very old and dated. An interesting ride in going up some different canals and then onto the lagoon. The lagoon was very busy with water taxis, tours ...
... Before we knew it, we had polished it off and we were walking again through the city back towards the Pizzale Roma, where the bus would take us back to the hostel. The next morning, we walked around a little bit, and then got our tickets for a train to Austria!
Be sure to check out the pictures and keep an eye out for our next leg of adventures! (Hopefully that will be up soon, I'm back at school so I am keeping up with assignments as well!)
... The one we wanted left 10 minutes earlier, so now we had to wait 2 hours. Wasn't so bad, it was warmer there sitting in the sunshine and people watching. Grabbed a seat on the Regionale that had no graffiti covering the window...bonus! Beautiful views once again of Lake Como on our way to Milan to get our next train. No air conditioning on this one and we were dressed for Le Prese, so had to remove a few layers.
Transferred to our expensive Frecciabianca ...
... into the square....swings and roundabouts!!
Turning out of the square towards the lagoon, we walked past the Palazzo Ducale and its Bridge of Sighs, a beautiful enclosed bridge leading from the place to the dungeons. Apparently when the convicts walked across the bridge they looked across to the lagoon which they would be seeing for the very last time and sighed! Even Casanova crossed this bridge....he was the only one who escaped ...