Ca' della Loggia

Calle San Gallo 921/a, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy | B&B
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Venezia - Part 2

A travel blog entry by odlozinski

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... their gelato and pasta carbonara!

Our last site was the Correr Museum which included a collection of 13th to 18th century Venetian art, coins, military regalia, ship models and statues. Teodoro Correr was a serious art collector of his day who began his acquisition during the period of the Napoleonic invasion of Venice. Art was sold off dramatically as the elite fled the city leaving their valuables behind. There was a wide range of styles and it was an ...

A city on stilts

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... also stepped into La Bottega dei Mascareri, a mask shop where the owner was working on a new design. He kindly showed us a video about the mask making process (to be a mask maker have to be an artist and a sculptor!). He said 90% of the Venetian masks are imported from China these days. I would love to head back to Venice for their masked ball in February, and I would definitely want to wear an authentic mask if I could afford it. We noticed photos of the owner with famous people ...

Day 8 Last day in Padova - Venetian Islands

A travel blog entry by virginia.pav

... a real Italian rich sensation. It was pure chocolate that had been melted in a cup. I couldn't believe how  rich it tasted and knew that it would be the last one I would order in Italy.  We then walked around to the boat ready to head back to the station and have a little look in Venice before our train left at 4. We  ended up catching thre wrong boat and had to get off at a smaller jetty to wait for another boat. the 10 mins ...

Canals, Bridges and Restaurants

A travel blog entry by mkoplin

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... and finally Venezia. Just before Verona, the train passed through Brescia, where Steve's antique violin was made over a hundred and fifty years ago.

Europeans are very proud of their trains and stations. Clean, smooth, quiet and comfortable. Having been a frequent traveler on our Amtrak, these trains appear to be the next generation in rail travel. Our train to Venice was sold out weeks ago. Apparently, travel by rail is ...

Port of Call: Venezia

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour

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Editor's Note: For each of the port of calls from our 21-day cruise through the Mediterranean, we are sharing a photo or small anecdote in the blogs titled "Port of Call." By no means do we consider cruise stops a form of true travel, but we did want to accurately map out the places ...

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