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... we were there.
And on leaving, not one staff member showed the slightest interest in how or if we had enjoyed our stay.
No, we won’t be returning- eye wateringly expensive (which we expected) and we were made to feel that we should have felt privileged to be allowed to spend our NZ$459 for a night there.
Our tiny cruise ship ...
... to check out the views from the bell tower. The vaporetto headed past the bus station and car park and then the docks where the large cruise ships dock each day. After the docks, the vaporetto cruised down Guidecca canal. It was a great little mini-cruise past ships of all shapes and sizes. San Giorgio is an island sitting almost directly across from St Mark's Square and not many tourists take the ...
... figure out how to use the water bus system to connect us to the island. I must say it is quite the production. There were water taxis and water busses going all over the place and frequently arriving at the docks. Catching one was not a problem, it just took us a few minutes to figure out what line to catch. It was a little intimidating not having any control on the water, and hoping you were going to the right island(we had no problems). This is how ...
... 8217;s area with water slide, health spa, solarium, sports centre (tennis, basketball & squash courts), a 4D cinema, F1 simulator, 8 shops and of course the exclusive Yacht Club section. It is essentially a floating city, with everything necessary close at hand.
The high point for us though, was the additional luxuries that came with the Yacht Club. All our meals and drinks in the exclusive Yacht Club areas were complimentary (except for the ...
... the area until it was time to eat. Interesting watching all the hustle and bustle going on in the area.
We got ourselves seated in the lovely little alcove and ordered a bottle of wine. We had a great view of where two canals intersected, two bridges and all the traffic coming and going on the bridges and canals. It was funny to watch people walk onto the closest bridge, stop to look at the canal and then see ...