La Villeggiatura

Address: San Polo-Calle dei Botteri 1569, Venice, Veneto, 30125, Italy | B&B
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    Venice - Day 7 COI / St Marks Square/Burano Island

    A travel blog entry by davidbell on Sep 29, 2014

    23 photos

    ... golden interior frescos) and next door, the Doge's Palace. Then the Bridge of Sighs with it's ancient prison cells which were in use up until 1922!!! The Doges palace was excellent and a very interesting tour. Included is the biggest room in europe without column support. All the floors are marble but bounce somewhat due to the unstable foundations. This is true all throughout Venice our guide informed us. The bridge of sighs ...

    Island tripping!

    A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Aug 25, 2014

    14 photos

    ... islands. Saying this in Aust would give you visions of beach sun filled days. Not here, I believe Lido has sand but other than that you won't see any, and I would not get in the water!
    First stop, Torcello, which has a lot of green fields, some canals, a few eating places and the beautiful Santa Maria di Assunta church, and if you read the signs, lots of rats. Inside the church are massive mosiac scenes along with a floor in stone mosiac. This is the sole ...

    Goodbye Gertrude

    A travel blog entry by anyssa on Jul 15, 2014

    2 photos

    ... platform. It is 12:05 now and I haven't eaten anything since I woke up at 5 am because I only have my credit card and the station cafés only take cash. My last train has a restaurant (that takes cards!) in it though so once again everything worked out in the best possible way! I have never enjoyed a roll and cappuccino for breakfast so much. I'll be back in that restaurant for lunch in a few hours! Later: So after going to 5 hostels I finally found one with an available ...

    Churches and Canals

    A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 20, 2014

    11 photos

    We went for an organised walking tour of Venice this morning. We met the guide at San Marco Piazza and visited the Cathedral after a quick talk on Venice's history. Venice was located in a malaria ridden swamp to fend off the Huns and barbarians who continuously tried to invade in the 5th-8th centuries. The entry to Venice was guarded using a bell tower and later the telescope designed by Galileo. Venice monopolised the sea routes and trade until the 1300's. In 1499 Venice ...

    Venice (the city of masks)

    A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Jun 11, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    VENICE Why visit Venice? Dirty, smelly, ridiculously expensive, most things need maintenance and the locals are mostly indifferent (if not rude). The answer is; visit Venice because if you scrape off the top layer of grime you find a hidden jewel with a fascinating history. Not to mention the art, the music, the characters and the small winding streets ...