Almoro Bed & Breakfast

Address: Calle Gabrielli, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Campo Santa Maria Formosa, Mondo Novo, and Laboratorio Artigiano Maschere.
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      A ferry, a train, a water bus and Venice!

      A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... place is incredible. So very different from Amaterdam, all the buildings are surrounded by water and people use boats for transport on crowded water streets. It was beautiful, in its own unique way. We took a forty minute water bus through the city marvelling at the architecture and gondolas and the well dressed locals. I stood beside a nun who shone in spotless white. Our hotel is very basic, with no shower on our floor and ...


      A travel blog entry by bern54 on Oct 03, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... continuously for 400 years! Our walking tour took us through many back streets, some exceedingly narrow. Here we saw the true Venice. The canals are used for all business, trade, transport etc. It's a very busy place. After our tour we had a gelato, did some shopping then met Garry at 12.30 for our Gondola ride. This ride was a bit touristy, the canals being a bit stinky at times. One of our Gondoliers was playing the accordion while ours was singing along. We had ...


      A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Aug 29, 2014

      21 photos

      ... plans for our visit and just meandered through the alleys to see what we would find. The city is fairly difficult to navigate without a map and has many dead-ends and blind alleyways. We felt as if we were walking in a labyrinth at times because so many of the plazas look similar and the sporadically placed signs are not always easy to find. With a little patience and a lot of guidance from local shop owners, we found our way around the city just fine. The first area ...

      Venice in a day..... I think NOT!!

      A travel blog entry by kathyducker on Jul 13, 2014

      ... again) and went straight across to Murano island. The glass blowing exhibition was very good. We watched in amazement as he handled this molten sand/silicon like it was nothing. The owner of the factory - Gino Mazzuccato - came in and made a large glass balloon which he promptly hit on the ground to make an enormous sound. I nearly jumped out of my skin!! It really was excellent. We then high tailed it back over to San Marcos piazza. We had missed Mass ...

      Adventures on the No. 2 Waterbus

      A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 29, 2013

      52 photos

      ... in the morning—ha!

      Note to self: never again catch the No. 2 vaporetto at the train station stop. I thought I remembered seeing fewer crowds on the No. 2 waterbus but that must have been farther along on its route. It was ridiculous. They jammed so many people on that boat that we were nose to nose (or worse, nose to armpit!). And, if that wasn’t bad enough, the No. 2 is an "express" route, which means ...