Travel Blogs from Venice
Gnrocha stayed here on May 9, 2012 during their trip titled: Italy & Paris @ Maio/2012.
... bread & croissant boat!We then headed out to the airport on an airport coach and had a long wait for our flight to Naples. We managed to wile away the time chatting to a few from the ship. Peter paid for internet connection, but we missed the code on the screen and couldn't get it because it was in our email, which was not accessible!Cheap flight was very efficient- but it was not with Ryanair so we missed the fanfare for arriving in Naples on ...
... I could figure out was that same, “delicate spin,” so I put it through that twice. The Universale cycle took longer so by now several hours had passed and I still had to hang the clothes on the line outside.
This apartment has a very cute patio. It’s small but very private, with a wrought-iron type table and two chairs. I hung up all the clothes but it has been very overcast and damp so I doubt that they will dry anytime soon (I did ...
... in Venice; Piazza San Marco. So instead of crossing the Canal for a museum visit I booked it home, as much as one can do in crowded, twisting alleyways (but gosh I know the Northeast part of Venice well now). Credit cards cancelled, and thankful my passport was safe in my room with 70 Euro, just enough to eat tomorrow and get home by Tuesday evening.
I decided it is the LIGHT
... I guess.
Had a fabulous dinner though - the kids are in heaven food-wise. Pizza, pasta, gelato ( and wine and coffee too!). Had a thought at dinner tonight though - how many daily serves of vegetables would there be in pizza sauce?
Had to take a photo of this - the huge cruise liner sailing past in the background - looked a little out of place.....
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsAlberghiera Venezia Venice
Excellent! We arrived late at night and found a note at the door with my name on it and a phone number to call. In a matter of minutes we were in our room. Great location on a calm area, but just minutes away from boat stop and train station. Local commerce also at hand; The room was spacious, super clean and equiped beyond my expectations (washer, iron, etc.). Confortable bed, great shower and windows/shades that would really let you sleep!! In the morning we would wake up with the little noises of the neighbours starting the day and students going to school, we felt like locals, but without having to work;))! Went for breakfast at a nearby cafe, watching the boats going by the canal! This b&b will definitely be part of the great memories we have of this gorgeous, striking city!
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