Travel Blogs from Venice
... We randomly choose the three star site and speak to an Italian guy who speaks very good English. Vela Blu is a fairly new camping village with static caravans to rent at £29 per night! The caravans are virtually brand new and come complete with dishwashers; decked patios; amazing bathrooms and a swimming pool and restaurant on site! There is a bus stop at the end of the road which takes you to the ...
... maybe they felt sorry for us, but anyway very nice of them! So for the first time on this trip I actually had a private shower and toilet, result!
The campsite was great, probably one of the best places I've stayed at so far, they had a bar, restaurant, supermarket, two swimming pools and hot tubs! Might try staying at campsite a little more often if they are all like this.
Venice, the so called couples paradise, I really thought this place would make me sick with ...
... Marco and
60,000 others, the start time at 11.30 ended up too late for Lyndy and the
We left knowing we’d left lots behind unexplored, a good
reason to go back. Next stop, La Dolomiti
17th July 2012
We arrived in Venice on the ferry and it was amazing, all
the buildings crammed together on the canals. Venice was built more than 1600
years ago, it started out as a swamp and today it ...
... it would make people think twice before committing a serious and horrible crime, such as murder. This is just my personal opinion though and I can see other peoples argument. As for actually seeing the Colosseum in person, it doesn't get any better than that. The sheer size of the structure is ridiculously impressive but knowing some of the history behind it makes everything that much better. After exploring the Colosseum for a good while, Kinsey and I went over to ...
... difficulties in staying in Venice though, is actually staying in Venice. It can be incredibly expensive to book a bed in a hostel, let alone a private hotel room, and it can get surprisingly cold in the autumn months if you're thinking of finding a quiet alley or park bench to spend the night (not that I ever would, but just so that you know). Now you might be wondering who the miniature woman in a pharmacy lab coat is and how she got such a prime spot in my travelling update. This is ...