Photos of Hotel Adua
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Adua Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... even though we couldn't take many photos as we feared our cameras and phones would get wet and break. We took a few pics and yes - we look like wet rats. But we looked like HAPPY wet rats.
We moved onto to a glass blowing demonstration where they showed us how glass vases and sculptures were made. It was pretty rad, the man kept spinning a metal rod with the hot eluting glass on the end and had pliers in the other hand doing his thing. We had more free time - I bought my ...
... boast of "fine renovated rooms"
not our's I'm afraid. There's the wardrobe that has a very distinct lean to the left,.. it just follows the floor lean.
But is adequate and is in a very good location.
More later,I'm tired.
It's morning ..7.23, breakfast 5 min away and delivered to the room, this should be interesting!
I've turned the air con off to have a rest from the noise,but the room is already warming up...another hot day on the way.
We hope to get out ...
... maintain the exterior of your building when it is in quite deep water.
We got back to the b&b and Geoff decided to take his camera and go back to St Marks Square to take photos as in the rain he had decided to leave it at our rooms. The kids and I changed out of our wet clothes and both Rachel and Liam had a wee nap while we waited for Geoff. Of course he took longer than he thought and at 7pm the kids and I headed out to look ...
... of gelato or Gucci bags of highly questionable origin and authenticity. Regardless, the spot had a great atmosphere.
Returning to the campground, I may have indulged in some more beer (things get a bit hazy at this point) then blindingly wandered through the olive grove until I found our tent. Weary from hours of driving and Italian beer, I collapsed in a heap on my bed, with Beezel following my lead.
Next morning brought sun and oppressive heat, a pattern that was to ...
... without monarchy alive for a thousand years. But it would have crumbled without the support of both business and religion. And so the doge and the council often kowtowed to the ruthless business interests of the towns wealthy citizens or gave in to moralistic crackdowns to placate the religious right of their day. There was a reason why the prison was located next door to the palace, connected by the Bridge ...