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Whoever christened this Little Venice was surely having a laugh to see how many tourists would rush to visit it? I passed it on the way back to my hotel which was a street or so away. It’s basically a view from a street bridge...More
Definitely a curiosity in this city. For me, most of the “fun” in seeing the canal was just trying to find it — it’s pretty well hidden behind the buildings, so I ended up circling around the streets for a while. Finding it was what...More
We were trying to get as much in as possible as short of time & this was an easy one as we could do it in passing, seeing it did remind me of Venice which was a nice vacation, so yeah I can see why...More
Decided to find this on what was a rainy morning on our recent visit, don't really think it was worth it however. From one side you view it through a window in the wall which does if I am honest slightly resemble a Venice canal...More
It is highlighted on the map of the tourist office and it is fine to visit if you are nearby. The window is hard to find out at first and it is located next to a popular local restaurant. Standing in front of the window...More