Ca' Barba B&B

Address: San Polo, 1825, Venice, Veneto, 30125, Italy | B&B
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    Venezia Day Two ( The Long Day)

    A travel blog entry by fintravels on Jun 30, 2015

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... in with questions, first one "Where does suitcase go"? My outside voice- Probably under the bed - inside voice (since the other 95% is filled with the beds). Next one "How you turn on air? Uh, air broken. Then he keeps trying to unlock the door between our cars, after I already explained it isn't a closet, it's a door between the 2 compartments. The wall is only 3" thick and he is standing in the aisle and sees there is just a flat wall. Then he asks if ...

    How much can we do in one day?

    A travel blog entry by levy2013 on May 18, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... happy that I have yet another pair of shoes but I know Chloe will be). On to the Peggy Gugenheim Museum. We were asking directions there (sorry Darren was) and this guy while giving us precise instructions appeared to have a local accent. Then his wife piped up (in an Aussie accent and she asked Darren - are u Australian? What part? No joke - not only were they from Melbourne but they lived in Bambra Rd!! Chances.....? What a magnificent museum. The current exhibition is ...

    Boats Boats & more Boats

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 14, 2014

    ... gondolas.

    We arrived and got separated into our boat groups of 6 people. I was on a boat with 5 other girls. Our boat was dubbed the HMS Victory. Other boats included Noah’s Ark, Titanic and HMS Endeavour. We all got on the gondola and took off on our relaxing cruise through the canals of Venice. We had the smoothest ride down the main canal then we branched off down a small side canal. As we turned down the canal we saw Chad who was there taking photos of ...

    Exploring the Adriatic Coast

    A travel blog entry by carolewi on Apr 21, 2014

    10 photos

    ... of shelter for the scores of fishing boats. Fishing is a large industry here. We strolled through a supermarket to see what foods are offered and saw a large range of fresh and frozen fish, fresh breads of every size and shape, all the usual manufactured goods similar to those at home, but only small quantities of fresh meat. Fruit and veg in season are available. There isn't the huge array of all year round green grocery that we see at home. Apparently behind ...

    Vitruvian Man

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 20, 2013

    8 photos

    ... were upstairs in the attic, where Casanova escaped and in the basement, where no one escaped and almost all died. We spent about 2 hours here and that was going at a pretty fast pace. We walked over to the Accademia to see a special Leonardo Da Vinci exhibit. The most famous drawing on display was Vitruvian Man. The first time many of these drawings, including ...