Monthly Archives: February 2011
• Overview of the Hotel: Situated close to the St. Mark’s Square facing the lagoon the, Hotel Danieli provides a true luxurious setting for stay in Venice. The rooms in the hotel feature the original antiques and Murano glass chandeliers. The awarded Danieli Hotel is formed of about 3 separate properties as old as to the 14th, 19th, and 20th centuries, respectively. The buildings are connected by covered bridges. Danieli’s rooftop restaurant, the Terrazza Danieli, provides the traditional Italian cuisine. There you can enjoy the meals and drinks there on the terrace. St. Mark’s Square is about 220 yards away from there. The hotel has about 225 rooms and it is the chain of the The Luxury Collection by Starwood.
• Amenities at the Hotel: For amenities in the hotel they include as restaurant, bar, 24-hour front desk, newspapers, terrace, non-smoking rooms, elevator, safe, heating, baggage storage, air conditioning. For services it include as room service, meeting/banquet facilities, airport shuttle, babysitting/child services, laundry, dry cleaning, breakfast in the room, ironing service, currency exchange, shoe shine, car rental and fax/photocopying.
• Hotel Rules: As for the policies in the hotel there are same rules at the common areas of the hotel, however, the rules get change according to the type of room a person stays in. The check in time into the hotel is 15:00 hours and the checkout time is around 12:00 hours. Cancellation and prepayment policies there vary according to the room type. Pets are allowed on certain applicable charges. Hotel accepts cards like American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Diners Club and CartaSi.
• Hotel Room Types and Rates:
Deluxe Double Room: € 390 (Per Night)
Premium Deluxe Double Room: € 442 (Per Night)
Luxury Double Room: € 535 (Per Night)
Premium Deluxe Double Room + 1 extra night!: € 499 (Per Night)
The Bridge of Sigh is an ancient bridge on the Lagoon of Venice, the Lagoon is made up of the white limestone and there has many stones with strong stone bars. The bridge passes over from the Rio di Palazzo and relates it to the old prisons to the interrogation room in the Doge’s Palace. The bridge was designed by the Antoni Contino has seems to be inspired by his uncle Antonio da Ponte that constructed the Railto Bridge. Antoni created the bridge around in 1602. The Bridge of Sighs was nostalgic emblem for the prisoner getting into the imprisonment as the bridge used to provide the last view of the city of Venice to the prisoners.
The name sighs bridge was given to the structure by the Lord Byron in the 19th century, as originated from the thought itself of presenting the prisoners watching out the last and the final view of the city of Venice, before taking them to their prisoner’s cells. In reality, the days of inquisitions and summary executions were not that many regulations by the Time Bridge were not completed. And the small time criminals were used to keep there under palace roof. In addition, little could be seen from inside the Bridge due to the stone grills covering the windows. Another myth related to bride is all about is in the interest of lovers as the lovers were provided with everlasting love if they kiss on a gondola at sunset under the bridge and can easily lead around a happy life. The bridge and the walls of the palazzo facing towards the bridge are under a modification drive right on and there views are not living and rising up to the expectations.
Literally, the bridge that is already referred by Lord Byron as Bridge of Sigh has also been literally references else were as well. The Bridge of Sighs is also placed over and on the cover of Cornelia Funke’s novel, The Thief Lord. Bridge of Sighs is too the name of a Novel by Richard Russo as written in 2007. The Bridge too is featured as in Aria Book I and on the Edgar Allan Poe too has made the slightest reference of the bridge in his sort store ‘The Assignation”. The reference of The Bridge of Sighs” is also in the songs by Georgia Gibba, Shakti and many other noted singers. The Bridge of Sighs is also included as a part of plot included in the 1979 film “A Little Romance”, casting Diane Lane and Sir Laurence Olivier.
• Overview of the Hotel:This is a too luxurious hotel situated on Guidecca Island facing towards the Venice. It provides the free boat shuttle towards the St. Mark’s Square and other beautiful views as from the top of the pool. Alilaguna public boats there stay as before the hotel and even can connect you to the Zattere Station and other shopping areas around. One can enjoy the much richer breakfast buffet and a good number of bars and restaurants as available at the Hilton hotel. The hotel has about 379 rooms and it is the chain of the Hilton Hotels.
• Amenities at the Hotel: For amenities and services in the hotel the general facilities there includes as restaurant, bar, 24-hour front desk, newspapers, terrace, non-smoking rooms, rooms/facilities for disabled guests, elevator, safe, soundproofed rooms, heating, baggage storage, stores in hotel, gay friendly and allergy-free room. For convenience in the hotel it provides service as sauna, fitness center, solarium, spa & health club, massage, jacuzzi, hiking, turkish/steam bath,diving, room service,meeting/banquet facilities, business center, babysitting/child services, laundry, dry cleaning, vip room facilities, breakfast in the room, ironing service, honeymoon suite, currency exchange, souvenirs/gift shop, packed lunches and fax/photocopying .
• Hotel Rules: As for the rule and policies in the hotel Hilton Molino Stuck Venice there runs a uniform and able policy throughout the common areas of the hotel. However, with variation to room type the policy too hotel rooms also change accordingly. The check in time into the hotel is 14:00 hours and the checkout time is until 12:00 hours. The Cancellation and prepayment policies also vary according to the room type. Pets are allowed on the hotel on certain applicable charges. Hotel accepts cards like as American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Diners Club, JCB and Discover.
• Hotel Room Types and Rates:
King Hilton Deluxe Room: € 215 (Per Night)
King Hilton Deluxe Plus: € 290 (Per Night)
King Hilton Executive Room: € 335 (Per Night)
King Hilton Executive Plus: € 410 (Per Night)
The Veneti that are too termed as heneti in Latin, ενετοί enetoi in Greek were an ancient people that resided and made the north-eastern Italy their dwelling place. This is the area that is equated to the modern-day region of the Veneto. The primeval Veneti used to spoke Venetic, an extinct Indo-European language which is attested in about 300 short inscriptions as dating from sixth to the 1st centuries BC. Venetic has many similarities as with Latin and the Italic languages, but also has some closeness to other IE languages, profoundly Germanic and Celtic. Venetic, however, should not me mixed up and be confused with Venetian, a Romance language currently being spoken and delivered in the region. In Italy, these old people are also known to be as Paleoveneti as to differentiate them from the modern day natives of the Veneto region, called Veneti in Italian.
With reference to place occupied by the ancient Veneti as prior to their incorporation by Romans is yet uncertain. There area was earlier included into the Cisalpine Gaul, that later on developed as the tenth region of Italy. It was surrounded on the west by the Athesis (Adige), as according to others, by the Addua (Adda); on the north by the Alps; on the east by the Timavus (Timavo river in Friuli-Venezia Giulia) and on the south by the Adriatic.
As for the origins of the Veneti there is not a uniform view among scholars and it is the topic of much debate. Many historians link them to the Illyrians. An expert at the language of the Veneti, Karl Pauli. They described the language as primarily related to that of the Illyrians than any other language. Roman historian Titus Livius, himself was a native of the Veneti town of Patavium, and he claimed that Trojan leader Antenor, along with a large number of Paphlagonians were been expelled from their homeland by a revolution, migrated to the northern end of the Adriatic coast, where they later merged with indigenous people known as the Euganei. According to another famous historian Strabo has referred Adriatic Veneti as to be same person as the Celtic tribe of the same name that formerly lived at the Belgian coast and fought against Julius Caesar.