Bed & Breakfast Mestrina

Via Mestrina 41, Mestre, Veneto, 30172, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Mestre area of Mestre, is near Venice 2000, Dante d'Essai, Teatro Corso, and Green Garden Sporting Club.
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    Venice it time for a new hat

    A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Jul 05, 2014

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... Venice is not a place to need the toilet as there are very few about so finding one was a bit of a struggle. We were intending to go to the Palazzo Ducale but first of all we trekked around the square trying to find the loos and every person we asked seemed to send us in a different direction. Eventually we found them and we went to the Palazzo to be confronted by two separate toilets inside, doh. The Palazzo Ducale is the old home ...

    Day 17- Arrival in Venice

    A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Aug 18, 2013

    33 photos

    ... of darker and smaller alleys than we had already walked through, bringing us to the door of an apartment in an alley that had no name, just off a small canal in the same sestiere of Dorsoduro. We would find out later that Jakobo himself, although a native of Venice, had probably gotten a little lost when leading us to this apartment – because we found that the most direct way from that apartment to his apartment was quite short and easy. Jakobo showed us the ...

    Days 23-25: Bologna, Padua, Venice, Montepulciano

    A travel blog entry by daniandmo on Jun 26, 2013

    6 photos

    ... being in the way. Our tour ended at a glass-blowing factory (clearly the guide gets commission from all of these places!) where we watched a vase being made in about 2 minutes. There was a shop attached (of course) but we had seen a lot of places in the town with Murano glass, so we only bought one thing (a present so I won't say what or who it's for!). After this, we had a gondola ride (another optional extra) which was absolutely lovely. We were given a bottle of ...

    Walking city

    A travel blog entry by misneach on Apr 24, 2013

    5 photos

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    To the left is the long arcade along the north side of the Piazza, the buildings on this side are known as the Procuratie Vecchie, formerly the homes and offices of the Procurators of St. Mark, high officers of state in the days of the republic of Venice. They were built in the early 16th century. The arcade is lined ...

    A man who has not been in Italy

    A travel blog entry by thebests on Aug 16, 2012

    39 photos

    ... we crossed the river into the heart of Florence via the Ponte Vecchio, a bridge that is lined with shops, mainly of the hefty priced jeweler type. Crossing the bridge is such that you don’t realise you’re on a bridge until halfway over, when there is a gap in shops and you see the River Arno. The Ponte Vecchio is also significant in that it is the only bridge in Florence to have survived World War II. The German Army destroyed the rest as they fled north from the ...