Sarah Cruise

Address: Sacca Fisola - San Biagio, Venice, Veneto, 30133, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Giudecca area of Venice, is near Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale), Campanile di San Marco, and A+A.
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Travel Blogs from Venice

High Tide and a shortened visit

A travel blog entry by fausettj on Oct 21, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... a speech about security. Conductor unmoved. Young guy chimes in with a tirade in Italian in which I pick up the phrase "la bomba" . Oh super. Conductor finally heaves the bag down - we are all agog wondering if it’s the last breath we'll take, and this uniformed cretin puts the bag down on a spare seat AND OPENS IT RIGHT THERE. Holy Mother of God. Where is my rosary. Anyway we all are spared and he does the bag up and takes it away. Relief is palpable in our little ...

Venice to Rome

A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Aug 20, 2014

2 photos

... poor man was stuck with us. He spoke no english and we, no Italian ( sad after a month in Italy!) but, we managed to have a tasting and buys some wine. Our hotel was a very good price, relatively modern and very close to the airport. The kids got to enjoy the pool, so, they were happy. :) Tomorrow, the family flies home and Judy ...

Day 68: Nice to Venice Mestre

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Jul 25, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... Mmmm... For a while there, I had a frog in my throat...!!! So the train normally stops in Genoa for a few minutes, allowing passengers to get some food from the platform cafe or vending machines. But we were running late so the stop was supposed to be shorter. So nobody dared get off to get some food. It's weird, they have a great opportunity to make money by selling food on the train but they don't. I guess 4 hours is just a short trip for the locals, who know to ...


A travel blog entry by greghahn on Sep 24, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... and whatever else was there. Caught the vaporetto which took us past San Michele (the island cemetery for Venice) and out to Murano. At the dock it was suggested we check out a glass blowing demo to the left, we went in, paid 3 euros each and received a total of about 5 minutes demonstration. The very happy & gracious man (not) doing it finished with the words, "demonstration over, you go now, prego" and then we were ...

Venturing through Venice

A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn on Jul 13, 2013

12 photos

... sights and sounds of the town, walking past Arena di Verona, a Colosseum-esque arena, and through Via Mazzini, the narrow pedestrian streets lined with upscale designer stores. The small courtyard outside Juliet's house was crowded with people. The main attraction of the courtyard was the statue of Juliet, with it being considered good luck to touch the right breast of it. No visit to a tourist attraction in Europe would be complete, however, without a ...