TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Colombelle Venice
Good value, price, and location.
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... of the day was to get to St Marks Square. The water bus we hopped on took us the long way the square, however this wasn’t too bad as it also gave a nice little cruise of the lagoon. Eventually we made it to our destination and started to make our way down toward the actual square. On the walk along the waterfront, we passed over several bridges and took the obligatory photo of the Bridge of Sighs and the Doge’s Palace.
Since there was no line to get into the ...
... by our guide. Afterwards, we hopped back on the tour bus and headed for San Gimignano where we visited a museum with the miniature model of the ancient city and sampled local wine and sweets.
5-6: Leaving Florence behind, we hopped on our tour bus for a hiking trip to Cinque Terre. The bus dropped us off at Manarola where we caught the train to the town of Corniglia. In Corniglia, we climbed up hundreds ...
... chamber, would sigh as they caught their last glimpses of Venice through the tiny windows.
A few things I wanted to make note of was that 99% of the people we have come into contact with speak pretty good English and all of the menus are in Italian and English. Smoking is alive and well in Italy. Smoking is not allowed inside the restaurants but it is outside and it seems non-smokers are the minority. ...
... location ok but then couldn't remember which door to go through. As you go though the front gate there was a little foyer with four doors and to the different apartments. Eventually through trial and error withthe keys I found my room. That is what it was a four bed room in an apartment building. There was a suitcase on one of the other beds. I dropped off my stuff and then headed out to explore the city.
I planned to get to St ...
... eat much for brekky. Today we bought a Ferry Pass which gave us access to any ferry for the next 24 hours. Our first stop was San Giorgio, a small island which is best known for the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, designed by Palladio and begun in 1566. The belltower has a ring of 9 bells in C#. There is also a cemetery where the dead were separately buried according to their religious denomination. It is particularly clear to see this in the protestant part of the cemetery. Here there ...
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