Alloggi Serena

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Venice

A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on Jun 13, 2014

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... to get to the main square. This square is called St. Marc's square and it is crowded the majority of the time as it is used as a meeting place for locals and tourists. It is surrounded by coffee houses and shops. The St. Marc's Basilica is also in this square and and was built in 830 and has beautiful mosaic murals and the outside. We didn't have a chance to go inside but are told it is full of mosaic murals and statues, next time. We start ...

Venice - narrow streets, plazas, and canal bridges

A travel blog entry by amyryush on Apr 12, 2014

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... divides the city into two. Small shops and booths of Venetian character are places on this bridge. It was at this bridge we separated into two groups and me, Nina, and Alyssa headed towards Gallerie dell academia. I especially loved the painting Veronese feast at the house of Levi which portayed the last supper but in too much of a boisterous degenerate manner. When the church ordered him to modify the painting he simply changed the name. How badass is ...

Accademia, Ca'Rezzonico and Sestier of Dorsoduro

A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Apr 09, 2014

3 comments, 20 photos

... a particular place in the church or palazzo. They were made to fit in place often with nearby pictures and a museum display while good is just not the same as seeing them in place. I am not sure our idea of displaying pictures on sterile walls is the best idea. In one room in the Ca'Rezzonico the pictures were displayed in a setting like they were designed for and I think that is a more effective way to truly display the art.

Ca'Rezzonico was the other museum we saw and was part ...

Blind Venetian.

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Dec 15, 2013

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... go there' and then a string of Italian that still sounded beautiful though I'm sure would have instilled fear if I had understood. After I assured the policeman that we would seek refuge in a nearby cafe and wait it out, I ushered the others away and explained to them what I'd been told. They had mixed reactions, to say the least. Dearest Mary had the same view as I did, that this situation was actually awesome and exciting and hells yeah, let's be part of a ...

The end of Budapest/ adventures in Venice

A travel blog entry by interrail2k12 on Jul 12, 2012

1 comment

... to get the earliest train ever known to man, leading us to get up at 5 AM!! (Has this hour ever been seen before!? We didn't even know it existed- apparently it does!) We made our way back to Vienna as the first stop on our long journey but were met with tragedy- the bus we were meant to get from our next destination Villach (no one had ever heard of it, no one even knew which country we were in!) (Frankie- "It's spelt Villach. Like village. Without the g. Or the ...

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