VÍENTCE. 47. Route. 281
in the style of the PantheoD, built at Canova's expense, contains his tomb,
an altar-piece painted by him, and a fine bronze relief of the Entombment.
The Palazzo, as his house is called, contains modela and casta of his worka.
From Baaaano to Cornuda viá Asoló and Masér, see pp. 279, 347; to
Trent viá Tezze, see p. 21.
The Railway Station (Pl. C, D, 3) is at the N.W. end of the Canal Grande.
The town-office is at Paoli's, Piazza di San Marco 118, N. side; Sleeping
Car Co's Agent, the Inspector at the station. — Góndolas (p. 283; with
one rower 1 fr., at night 1 fr. 30c., with two rowers double fare; each
light article of luggage 5 c, heavy box 20 c.) are always in waiting. The
precaution of noting the gondolier's number should never be omitted. There
are also the small ateamers mentioned at pp. 284, 285, which ply till about
midnight (hand-luggage free; trunks or cycles not carried). The Lido
Express (p. 284) plies in summer only.
Arrival by Sea. The aea-going steamers (p. 285) anchor in the Bacino di
San Marco, opposite the Riva degli Schiavoni. Góndola from the steamer to
the quay (Piazzetta), with one rower (day or night), 20 c.; luggage as above.
Hotels (comp. p. xix). 'Hotel Royal Danieli (Pl. a, H, 5; Venice
Hotel Co.), on the Riva degli Schiavoni (p. 305; view), near the Palace of
the Doges, with lift, post and railway-ticket offices, R. from 5, B. 2, déj. 4,
D. 6-7, pens. from 13 fr.; 'Hotel de l'Europe (Pl. b; G, 6), in the Pal.
Giustiniani, on the Grand Canal, entr. Calle del Ridotto, with lift and
steam-heating, R. from 5, B. I1/2, déj. 4, D. 6, pena, from 12 fr.; "Grand
Hotel (Pl. o, F, 6; Venice Htel Co.), in the Pal. Ferro, on the Grand
Canal, with lift, R. from 5, B. I1/2, déj. 3i/2-4, D. 5-7, pens. from 11 fr.,
three high-class houses; Grand Hotel Britannia (Pl. c; G, 6), in the Pal.
Tiepolo, on the Grand Canal, with lift, steam-heating, and garden, R.
from 41/2, B. l»/4, déj. 4, D. 6-7, pens. from 121/2 (without déj. 10) fr. —
Somewhat less pretentious: "Grand Hotel d'Italie-Baoer (Pl. n; G, 6),
Campo San Moisé, with ita S. side facing the Grand Canal, with lift, small
garden, and restaurant (p. 283), patronized by Germans, R. 3-10, B. I1/2,
déj. 31/2, D. 5, pens. 10-15 fr., variously judged; Grand Canal Hotel Si
Monaco (Pl. 1; G, 6), on the Grand Canal, entr. Calle Vallaresso, near
the Piazza of St. Mark, with lift, steam-heating, and higher charges when
meáis are not taken in the hotel, R. 31/2-8, B. ii/2, déj. 3, D. 5, pens. 10-18 fr.;
Hót. Beaurivage (Pl. r; H, I, 6; Venice Hotel Co.), Riva degli Schiavoni,
R. 3-7, B. l'/2, déj. 31/2, D. 6, pens. 9-16 fr.; "Hot. de Rome et Pens.
Soisse (Pl. t, G, 6; Venice Hotel Co.), on the Grand Canal, entr. Calle
Traghetto, with steam-heating and small garden, R. from 4, B. 11/2, déj. 3,
D. 41/2, pens. from 9 fr.; Hot. Milán Si Pens. Anglaise (Pl. u; G, 6), on
the Grand Canal, entr. Calle Traghetto. with steam-heating, R. from 4,
B. I1/2, déj. 3 31/2, D. 472-5, pens. from 10 fr.; Hót. d'Angleterre (Pl. k;
H, 5), Riva degli Schiavoni 4178, R. from 3, B. I1/2, déj. 3, D. 41/2-6, pens.
from 9 fr., incl. wine, these four patronized by English and Americana;
Gb. Hót. Luna (Pl. f; G, 6), to the W. of the royal garden, cióse to the
-f- Venice ia divided into the six districts (Sestieri) of Castello, San
Marco, Cannaregio, Dorsoduro, San Polo, and Santa Croce, oí which the
first three are on the N.E. side of the Grand Canal, the last three on the
S.W. — The main centre is the Piazza di San Marco (Pl. G, H, 5), with
the Piazzetta adjoining it on the S. Every other square or open space ia
called Campo, or, if small, Campiello. Calle is the ordinary word for a
atreet; corte ia a short blind alley; ruga or rughetta, a atreet with ahopa;
■'aluzada, the chief street of a parish; fundamenta or riva, a street flanked
on one side by a canal. Rio isa narrow canal; rióte) rá ia a canal that
haa been filled up. Sacca means an open space (land or water) at the
point where a canal enters the lagoon. — Comp. Boerio's Dizionario del
Dialetto Véneto (Venice; 2nd edit., 1856).