B&B Fabrizia

Via Nazario Sauro, 20, Cadoneghe, Veneto, 35010, Italy | B&B
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    Shopping time

    A travel blog entry by judeandpete on Jun 10, 2014

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    Today Judi dug out Arigo's map which has marked on it the good shops for masks, leather etc. we set out mid morning and shopped for a while. Stopped for a light lunch of panini and beer and then resumed our shopping. It was hot but reasonably pleasant in the back alleys which tend to be shaded. On our way home we stopped off at Piazzale Roma to check out ...

    An Ode to Venizia (the poem wot I wrote!)

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 08, 2013

    7 comments, 3 photos

    ... incident. We’ve managed to fix it best we can. Despite this, we still expect to land at Marco Polo airport on schedule. We may not have the same number of wheels we left Manchester with but we’ll be on time!! Nah, I’m just messing with you……we’ll be arriving 10 minutes late!!! (That last sentence may not have taken place. Roisin x)

    Whoa! Rewind a little. Forget the missing wheel bit. Did he just say: ‘We've ...

    Day 2 Venice - Tour

    A travel blog entry by martineswann on Oct 05, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Darryl bought a Merkur hand razor (razor 75 Euro) like the one Barry and let him use a brush and foam. I bought a Denman brush for curly hair which was damn good also (18 Euro). Found a nice restaurant called Traiteur had lots of fun with girls picking favourite animated films and giving Darryl heaps about Prada and his shopping splurges. Home to bed after a great day ( thank goodness as yesterday was hard work finding and doing anything in this tricky little ...


    A travel blog entry by popperisrael on Aug 21, 2013

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    ... and the hotel is awesome. We start exploring the walkways, bridges and canals of Venice. We make our way to Piazza San Marco and find the oldest continuous operating coffee shop. The Florian is not only the oldest but the most expensive. They have music in the Piazza for which they charge the patrons 6 euros each. Thus, 3 capachino's, a water, and a little strip sandwich which we all shared ...


    A travel blog entry by jennyinparis on Jul 02, 2013

    ... the roof terrace before returning to collect washing. Graham and I went out walking for about 3 hours. Wandered through Castello, Rialto and San Marco. Very relaxing and interesting. Took pictures from the Rialto Bridge. Returned home and had a drink on the terrace. Noelene and I prepared tea while the boys chatted. Lovely ...