Travel Blogs from Venice, Italy

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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 ...

"Ahh, Venice." -Indiana Jones

A travel blog entry by drzao

Coming ...

Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice

A travel blog entry by finntopson

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... made the long walk all along the grand canal to near were our house is, which was made slightly easier by the fact that Venice is absolutely breathtakingly beautiful. We were all tired from walking for miles and a bit grumpy, so we sat down and had an ...

Venice Sinking or Waters Rising?, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice Sinking or Waters Rising?

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

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... ;      It is a question for the historians, the anthropologists, the politicians, the citizens, the tourists, and anyone with an interest in history, culture, architecture, and Venice.  I don’t know where it will ...

Pedestrians in Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Pedestrians in Venice

A travel blog entry by canadianmom

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... pay the hotel in cash, etc.  This was all done by about noon but we felt we had been sightseeing all morning because Venice is such an unusual place and even with our hotel map, we quite often didn't know where we were.  The Grand Canal ...

Train Trip to Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Train Trip to Venice

A travel blog entry by robsons

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... the French, Swiss and Italian alps then down along one of the Northern Italian lakes to Milan and across to Venice - the train from Chamonix to Northern Italy runs along the side of the alps, often hundreds of metres from the river gorge at the bottom ...

Night train to Venice or be kind to a hobo night?, Venice, Italy travel blog

Night train to Venice or be kind to a hobo night?

A travel blog entry by chaseit

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... we had to spend the night with a stranger because of all the issues with mis numbering the cars. Boo!!!!!!!!! We arrive in Venice and we spent the first day exploring the area around our hotel. We went to get something to eat at this restaurant ...

Basilica di San Marco, Venice, Italy travel blog

Basilica di San Marco

A travel blog entry by bellrouse

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... . It was built in the 11th century and has a distinctly Eastern style architecture. It's decorated with treasures from Venice's many conquests, including its sacking of Constantinople during one of the crusades. The place is really beyond description. ...

Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice

A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron

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... hopped on the public Water Bus to go to Venice (15 Euros) from the airport.  We had been to Italy before years ago, but we had missed Venice - so we were very much rubber necking all the way and enjoying the amazing sight.  It is hard to ...

An audience with the Queen, Venice, Italy travel blog

An audience with the Queen

A travel blog entry by theb

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... a couple of times to go out and ended up having to stay there last night as my train was booked out. Anyway, am in Venice now and there is a distinct possibility that I may never leave. Although the fact I just paid 3 euro 50 for 30 minutes internet ...

Another day in Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Another day in Venice

A travel blog entry by suikerbossie

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Day Two - Venice Day, or 500 Stolen Columns, Venice, Italy travel blog

Day Two - Venice Day, or 500 Stolen Columns

A travel blog entry by needlemind

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... a large queue to get into the Basilica gave us time to head up the Bell Tower. The views from the tallest structure in Venice are simply jaw-dropping, especially on such a bright and clear day. we stayed up the tower for as long as we possibly could, ...

Romeo and Redentore, Verona and Venice, Italy travel blog

Romeo and Redentore

A travel blog entry by chrisab14

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... I did my laundry (finally) and went for a swim in the pool. THen it was off to the Redentore! This is the festival in Venice to celebrate another year without the plague. Im happy about it too... So I went down to the water and got lost along the way ...

Gondolas and flooded footpaths, Venice, Italy travel blog

Gondolas and flooded footpaths

A travel blog entry by figiel

... . When I replied to the affirmative, he handed me ferry tickets for another 3 days. To you Sir - a most sincere Thank You!!! I love Venice, it's one of my favorite places. And having a week here again did not disappoint. We covered the nearby islands, the ...

Hanging with luigi, Venice, Italy travel blog

Hanging with luigi

A travel blog entry by tyler.erker

... from Toronto. We helped them find their hostal. And the had room for us tonight. We droped off our bags showered and went exploring Venice. We walked around all day seen all the sights and made it back to hostal. Tonight one of the girls that works at the ...

First stop in Italy: Venice!, Venice, Italy travel blog

First stop in Italy: Venice!

A travel blog entry by akreyling

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... didn't miss our train. We were sweating at that point because it was in the low 70s outside. Our next stop, city number 7, Florence! Venice is one of my favorites cities so far on this trip. I loved being by the water and it being so sunny out the ...

Opera and Water, Venice, Italy travel blog

Opera and Water

A travel blog entry by pasher

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... comandeer a water taxi to our lodgings. We decided to give the Italian nuns a try and are staying in convent accomodation in Venice, Florence and Rome. The water taxi takes us through some back canals and onto the grand canal just past the Rialto bridge ...

Venice - water, water everywhere, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice - water, water everywhere

A travel blog entry by sharon1306

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... what has happened. Godwin laughs and we head back to board another Vaporetto, this time heading in the right direction. Venice is chaotic; there are tourists everywhere, babies screaming, boisterous children running about the boat, a lot of hustle ...

Venice... continued..., Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice... continued...

A travel blog entry by bekstaarr

... but that's about it - if you want to get around, it's either 2 feet and a heartbeat, or get one of the ferries - the Venice public transport system! Pretty damn cool i think!! First stop was Mirano - where they do all of the glass blowing, and making of ...

Florence and Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Florence and Venice

A travel blog entry by megj1095

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... Fusina and our 'Cabins,' if that is what you could call them, were the size of a bathroom. They were tiny. Venice was beautiful. The buildings were so colorful. It was really strange though because water was coming up from underneath the streets ...

Venice: Better Than You Can Possibly Imagine!, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice: Better Than You Can Possibly Imagine!

A travel blog entry by dackland

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We got an early start as we had been looking forward to our visit to Venice.  With warm temperatures, and bright blue sky, things were looking up for a great week in this magical city.  We dropped off the rental car, and after a detour on a tram ...

Exploring the Amazing City of Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Exploring the Amazing City of Venice

A travel blog entry by dackland

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... Marks).  It is believed they are 2nd century BC from Greece, and they have been owned by Emperor Constantine, taken by Venice in a war with Constantinople, and even Napoleon stole them too.   We then helped Trish get her Venice Museums pass and ...

Nothing but Blue Skies in Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Nothing but Blue Skies in Venice

A travel blog entry by dackland

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... we headed along the river and eventually came to the Ca d'Oro.  When it was built it was the most lavish palace in Venice, using only the most expensive materials - including gold leaf on the exterior.  We got on the ferry there and I got off ...

Venice:  Famous for Glass, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice: Famous for Glass

A travel blog entry by dackland

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...  The grandiose high alter dominates the view from the main door. In the evening we set out to find the best pizza joint in Venice, as suggested by the hotel reception.  It was a busy spot near San Marco, and many of us thought that it was ...

VENICE!!!, Cazzago di Pianiga, Italy travel blog

VENICE!!!

A travel blog entry by chopsticks

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Fina-LEE...back in Venice after ten years! Hard to believe that it has been that long. The trip over was uneventful, but the seats seemed smaller than before. NOW...on Aer Lingus you have to pay for everything! No free drinks on this ride! ...

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