Travel Blogs from Venice, Italy

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Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice

A travel blog entry by antipodean

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... tourist areas for shopping are, of course, bustling, and can be a pain to navigate with umbrellas everywhere. I have managed to visit Venice when heavy rain is forecast for the three days I am here (but according to my travelling sources, most of Italy ...

Venice the City of Love I have fallen in Love ...., Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice the City of Love I have fallen in Love ....

A travel blog entry by dionne07

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... 8pm on the 6th of September.. Caught the bus to Venice Island for 6 EURO's and it took approximately 40 minutes. Upon arrival at Venice island I started walking to Rialto bridge with my heavy bag on my back, it took about 20 minutes, then I made an ...

Damn camera...., Venice, Italy travel blog

Damn camera....

A travel blog entry by eoghan

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... ; it's in Mestre, just across the water from the city of canals. I caught the train across, and after stepping out of Venice station, I just stopped dead and stared. Directly in front of me, where you'd normally expect a busy road with cars, buses and ...

Window displays, Venice at work, and cappuccino, Venice, Italy travel blog

Window displays, Venice at work, and cappuccino

A travel blog entry by bellrouse

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... the scenes activities that had us curious. There has to be a complete underworld that keeps it all running smoothly like a well orchestrated play. Venice does this well.  Our final activity in Venice: one last cup of cappuccino at Caffe del Doge! ...

Oct 13, 2009, Venice, Italy travel blog

Oct 13, 2009

A travel blog entry by mylifesjourney

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Venezia...where dreams come true., Venice, Italy travel blog

Venezia...where dreams come true.

A travel blog entry by kareelah

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... displays of art work glass and jewelry. I bought some lovely pieces, necklace, earrings etc. back on a water taxi and into Venice for our included gondola rides. We had 5 boats and one had two musicians playing piano accordion and singing. There were 5 ...

St. Mark's Square, Venice, Italy travel blog

St. Mark's Square

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272

   After breakfast we headed to St. Mark's Square where the main touristy things are. I went into a museum and then into this amazing palace that used to house the Venetian government. You also get to go down into what used to be the prisons, ...

Rimini to Venice to Budapest... in 24 hours!, Venice, Italy travel blog

Rimini to Venice to Budapest... in 24 hours!

A travel blog entry by yellowbrickroad

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... the night train from Venice to Budapest, at the end of September, surely! We spent the afternoon exploring the mazed streets of Venice (trying to find Saint Marc's Square, but determined not to buy a map... who needs a map when you have instincts!). ...

Venice, Venezia, Italy travel blog

Venice

A travel blog entry by louielutz

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... April, performing for vacationers, and traveling through Europe. One day I saw her post on Facebook that they were in Venice. Immediately, I messaged her, asking when she would be in Venice again and shared our dates with her. What a major coincidence ...

Gondolas, canals and the Rialto....., Venice, Italy travel blog

Gondolas, canals and the Rialto.....

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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... , these little churches are just beautiful as the big cathedrals, just a little smaller. We meandered around 'getting lost in Venice'. We found a nice little place for dinner, and had a wonderful meal. Interesting side note here: when the restaurants are ...

Venezia, Venezia, Italy travel blog

Venezia

A travel blog entry by gustn

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Venezia ...

Venice 02 – A tale of two t*tties!!, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice 02 – A tale of two t*tties!!

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... head for the ship. Check in would start about 12 noon but we had decided to do a bit more exploring of the 'real’ Venice before heading for the ship about 2pm. There are many cities that are referred to as ‘the Venice of the North’, for ...

Venice 01 - Mask-erading on our first night, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice 01 - Mask-erading on our first night

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... time, we bought our bus ticket from an automat machine whilst waiting for our luggage to arrive on the carousel. Despite having visited Venice 6 times before, this will actually be the first time we are staying in Venice itself. Prior to this trip we have ...

Two days was enough., Venice, Italy travel blog

Two days was enough.

A travel blog entry by brandonandryan

... were also gondolas all over the place but we will talk about those later.We didn't have many reasons to actually be in Venice – I’m sure there are lots but it’s more like the city itself isthe thing to see, literally like Italy’s ...

Italy wrap up, Venice, Italy travel blog

Italy wrap up

A travel blog entry by swiss3319

... . In case our family and friends think we were abused, remember the bruises are a result of carrying heaving luggage across Italy. We will leave you with one last blonde moment...just when we thought we had mastered the European bathroom facilities we ...

On the Ship, Venice, Italy travel blog

On the Ship

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather

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So we decided to go early to get the ship – over 2 hours before check in opened. I forgot, all Brazilians like to be early. Everyone was there already. The staff looked totally overwhelmed that all the passengers were there and they hadn't even ...

Venezia....., Venice, Italy travel blog

Venezia.....

A travel blog entry by wendy2007

... next year :)....  Yesterday, I took the Secret Itineries Tour of the Doges Palace, facinating history of the government of Venice, very elaborate and lots of checks and balances.  They even got rid of the torture chambers before the rest of ...

Heat.  That's familiar., Venice, Italy travel blog

Heat. That's familiar.

A travel blog entry by dorrance

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... to the pigeons. We kept it down to three pigeon visits, but without a doubt this is what our children loved about Venice. One pigeon finally left droppings on Gailen, and having to wash up only mildly dampened his enthusiasm. The Gondola rides looked ...

Venice...., Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice....

A travel blog entry by bellsinitaly

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... which is famous for its glass making.  Here we watched an artist make a glass horse in about 10 minutes.... Venice was extremely crowded and Michael and I got seperated from the rest of the group. We shopped for a ...

Random Observations from uno Tourista, Venice, Italy travel blog

Random Observations from uno Tourista

A travel blog entry by wendy2007

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... another button to stop the flush. Use the restrooms in museums or your restaurant because youll be paying for a public one in Venice. Music and street performers in the piazzas or squares.  FUN! Lots if graffiti in Rome, not so much in ...

26/05/2009, Venice, Italy travel blog

26/05/2009

A travel blog entry by fbauchet

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We left bibione in the afternoon arrived in Venice massive car park. Yes I did manage to scratch the brand new rental car as Italians do not seem to make opening big enough for people movers manage to get in... Secure the car... and hop on the water taxi ...

27/05/2009, Venice, Italy travel blog

27/05/2009

A travel blog entry by fbauchet

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We left bibione in the afternoon arrived in Venice massive car park. Yes I did manage to scratch the brand new rental car as Italians do not seem to make opening big enough for people movers manage to get in... Secure the car... and hop on the water taxi ...

Italy I am so Happy to be back !....I think, Venice, Italy travel blog

Italy I am so Happy to be back !....I think

A travel blog entry by amazingone

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... Alba D’Oro. At just twenty minutes on the bus outside of Venice proper and next door neighbor to the International airport of Venice I walked to the front reception and was met by two young girls not much older than 21 (I suspected). The place was ...

Venice - Land of the Gondola, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice - Land of the Gondola

A travel blog entry by kerick13

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... our coffee they were 9.80 Euro EACH! Wow was that expensive! Anyway moving on, we then explored the little canals and alleyways of Venice and I am happy to report we didn't (for once) get lost! And if there is ever a place you could get yourself lost, ...

Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice

A travel blog entry by kaileepaige

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gondola rides in ...

City of Water, Venice, Italy travel blog

City of Water

A travel blog entry by patdes

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... and plenty of boozes that quickly got everyone dancing on the tables. from the campsite we took a twenty min fairy ride into Venice. from there you simply walk and get lost amongst the cities curvy cobblestone pathways, making your way over bridge after ...

The Car Free City, Venice, Italy travel blog

The Car Free City

A travel blog entry by tmcclurg

... museum, which is in Peggy Guggemhiem's old residence. I knew she had a lot of money, but wow. Her house was a mansion in Venice standards and was absolutly amazing. It was on the Grand Canal and had a lot of property. We spent about 2 hours ...

The city of drinking and glass..., Venice, Italy travel blog

The city of drinking and glass...

A travel blog entry by carocal

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... ! In Venice, we've also had Bellini's at Harry's bar... gone to the glass factories in Murano... toured the little islands around Venice... and tonight we're off to dinner at Harry's Dolce, which just happens to be on the same island we're staying. ...

You want how much for a boat ticket??, Venice, Italy travel blog

You want how much for a boat ticket??

A travel blog entry by aabr

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... .  Then we bought tickets for the water bus.  $28 euros for the 4 of us to ride three stops to the center of Venice!  I knew that free transportation would catch up to us!  Shocking prices for a 10 minute ride on a rather large ferry. ...

Day 49, 50 - Sad Goodbyes, Venice, Italy travel blog

Day 49, 50 - Sad Goodbyes

A travel blog entry by abs08

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... don’t think we moved out of our beds till about 2pm. I mustered up enough energy to get ready and head back to Venice Island, primarily because I needed to get my train ticket to the next destination. I wasn’t going to stay in Venice any ...

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