Fujiyama Bed & Breakfast

Address: Calle Lunga San Barnaba 2727A, Venice, Veneto, 30123, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Dorsoduro area of Venice, is near Ca' Rezzonico, Ca' Macana, Campo Santa Margherita, and Campo San Barnaba.
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      City of canals and bridges

      A travel blog entry by moirsbetripin on Sep 22, 2014

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      ... picked up by boat was quite something. I really enjoyed cruising around taking it all in. The streets are like a labyrinth, weaving in and out, over bridges. But somehow you always manage to find your way. The food here is also very interesting and delicious. All sorts of pastries, sweets, nougat, paninis and of course gelati displayed in shop windows to tempt you.

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      Monday 4th August (2241hrs Venice, Italy)

      A travel blog entry by kimmcauley on Aug 04, 2014

      ... me on my way. I had to catch a train on the Northern line to Bank and then catch the DLR line to the airport. It went well and without a hitch. I even got to the airport early and had to wait 30minutes before I could check my bag in. When I went thru customs I got felt up by the customs officer #travelawks. The flight went smoothly aside from the two little boys sitting in front of me who were screaming "I think we are crashing" and "I ...

      Venice - Queen of the Adriatic!

      A travel blog entry by rangaphil on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... we traveled via bus to the infamous city of Venice. Venice was once the capital of the powerful Venetian Republic. For a millenium the Venetian Republic dominated the Adriatic sea trade routes, controlling much of the cities along the Dalmatian coast (Croatia) and various regions in Greece and eliminating Neretva pirates which plagued the Adriatic sea particularly along the Dalmatian coast. Their decline in ...

      End of Cruise, arriving in Venice

      A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on May 01, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... and lightening and we finally surrendered too. Off to the hotel - you should see the rooms..... Over the top, red velvet and canopy bed..... Oh dear, not my taste but the young man who took us to the room was very proud and told us that it was their newly renovated room, very plush...... Ok - while in Venice!

      We watched the cruise ship leave Venice. It is huge but can silently move through the water. It is actually as big as the buildings, ...

      Exploring the Adriatic Coast

      A travel blog entry by carolewi on Apr 21, 2014

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      ... learnt first hand the history of oil mining in Texas from a couple of mining magnates, who also filled us in on how the illegal movement of Mexicans into the US takes place. Last night at dinner we enjoyed the company of a district attorney from Kansas and his wife who is a commercial pilot. The District attorney owns a law firm and has never taken more that a week's holiday until now. ( they are doing the eleven day leg of the cruise)
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