B&B Fabrizia

Address: Via Nazario Sauro, 20, Cadoneghe, Veneto, 35010, Italy | B&B
 
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    Venice by foot

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Oct 14, 2014

    28 photos

    ... in such desperation. The other similarity Italy has with France is the language. The words are similar, which means it is easier to understand. Italy has a lot of English translations too which is another aid in our travel. We spent the morning and early afternoon wandering the narrow side streets. Even the backstreets seemed full of tourist shops, selling art, Venetian glass, Italian leather and face masks. We found a couple of stores selling wooden oars and parts of gondola ...

    Leaving Venice & Boarding the Cruise Ship

    A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 07, 2014

    7 photos

    ... vodka was stored in each suitcase. However, I should be clear, these bottles wouldn’t fit in my sneakers and only Brittany’s so we put one of her shoes in my suitcase and one in hers and the matching shoe of mine to Brittany’s.

    When Brittany’s suitcase didn’t show up, we were a little worried that we had been busted and they were going to confiscate half of our stash. After the emergency procedure meeting ...

    North Field Trip

    A travel blog entry by jlafrenz on Apr 14, 2014

    25 photos

    ... in scale), and just people watched in the square.

    Day 3:
    In Verona the next morning, we went to Castel Vecchio as a class. This was also a fortified residence, but has since been renovated by Carlo Scarpa. Scarpa is a 20th century Italian Architect who was notorious for his detailed eye. This project involved mixing old and new structures in a way that showcased original portions of the building while balancing them with new details. ...

    Italian Triptych: Part Three - Venice

    A travel blog entry by quinitch on Oct 28, 2013

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... it a rather grotesque art form.

    I had four full days in Venice and I ended up spending most of my time either catching up on sleep and reading in my hotel room, wandering the streets or on the ferries, avoiding spending money by eating as little as possible after my ‘free’ hotel breakfasts. I suspect if I had had someone else to ***** to, I would have relaxed into the place more easily and sharing the costs of a gondola ride and so on would have been nice. ...

    Venice: Overcrowded, overpriced, overrated!

    A travel blog entry by loubea on Sep 17, 2013

    12 photos

    ... The amount of sweet choices for breakfast is extraordinary. They have nice red orange juice here like they had at Hotel Italia, but could not match the coffee despite us trying several different options. 15/09/13. The first day was spent wandering around trying to find our way & avoid as many tourists as possible, which is pert near impossible unless you keep to the alleyways & away from San Marco Square or Rialto Bridge. The Square is chaotic with tourists & ...