Travel Blogs from Venice, Italy

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Off to Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Off to Venice

A travel blog entry by lafalot

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Back on the train and in a "Harry Potter" private cabin. Not sure how we did that, but it was ...

Where is our hostel?!, Venice, Italy travel blog

Where is our hostel?!

A travel blog entry by dancera

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... wanted to face and it sounded fun! So we eventually went to St. Marco Square to play with the pigeons. So far: I LOVE VENICE! It was extremely beautiful. The streets were adorable. The great thing too is that during the day it is crowded due to ...

Skip the gondolas, Venice, Italy travel blog

Skip the gondolas

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

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... I get off the train?" Needless to say I caught her before she disembarked in some podunk town in Northern Italy. But it makes for a nice story. Sorry, Jill. Venice itself was wonderful. And after all the hype, you might think that it would be hard to ...

Day 16 Arrive in Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Day 16 Arrive in Venice

A travel blog entry by victoriatravels

... Then to take a walk to watch the fireworks display happening in Venice (we werent staying in Venice itself as its ridiculously expensive and Venice is obviously surrounded by water so you have to take a boat there so we took a look at the display from our ...

on the night train to Paris, Venice to Paris, Italy travel blog

on the night train to Paris

A travel blog entry by 5wksineurope

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Last day in Venice, will join the night train tonight at 8pm for the 13 hr trip across the Swiss Alps to France then Paris. We were going to fly but due to the cost of our excess baggage !! (lots of shopping) we decided to experience the train !! should ...

Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice

A travel blog entry by toddnrachel

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... see certain spots of the cities, but now on our own we're relaxed and seeing anything we want to, and if we want to expolre shops and side streets we can with out getting in trouble we can. We've seen so much more of Venice than anywhere else we've ...

Venice Day #2, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice Day #2

A travel blog entry by mdoug03

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... the height of Ancient Greece (Yea waaayyy cool) Well after that we were suppose to go and visit the Ducal Palace were the Doge of Venice went held court, but Don decided that it was too late and gave us the rest of the afternoon off. So I came back into ...

The Waterways of Venezia, Venice, Italy travel blog

The Waterways of Venezia

A travel blog entry by travelingmoores

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... , our hotel (a converted Palace) was nearby.. imagine us trying to lug suitcases over bridges and along the cobbled alleyways. Venice is a very touristy city, as cruise ships drop off their passengers for the day. Nevertheless, getting lost in the streets ...

Back in Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Back in Venice

A travel blog entry by patelfamily

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... the gondolier kicked against the building to move away. When we got back to solid land we carried on walking through the streets of Venice. We came across a shop that offered fish pedicures. Mum and Jasmin went first but then I had a try as well. You ...

Venice, Virtuosos, and Vivaldi, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice, Virtuosos, and Vivaldi

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... we headed for the nearby water taxi for the hour journey back to Piazzale Roma. I have come to the conclusion that although Venice is a magical place to wander in the evening, it is not very photogenic in the dark as most places are dimly lit and ...

Volo a Venezia, Venice, Italy travel blog

Volo a Venezia

A travel blog entry by ainaz

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... Italy. The total chaos and yet the smooth flow of events is exactly what I have felt in all of Italy, and only in Italy. I think Venice would have been impossible and a pain to visit on a loaded bicycle, so I'm really glad I didn't ride my bike there. ...

Pizza, Pasta, Sleezy Italian Men and Gelati, Venice, Italy travel blog

Pizza, Pasta, Sleezy Italian Men and Gelati

A travel blog entry by chezstar

... we have been through France to Switzerland, back to France to Barcelona (Spain), to the French Riviera, then to Italy - Florence, Rome and now we are in Venice!!!! OMG we have packed sooo much in in 2 weeks!!! I'm exhausted just thinking about it! So with ...

Arrival in Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Arrival in Venice

A travel blog entry by canadianmom

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... were able to arrange everything to fit. Upon arriving in Venice we had the option of taking a water taxi from the airport directly to Venice which would have been about a 90 minute ride.  I was worried that Mom would be so seasick by the time we got ...

Farewell 2014, Venice, Italy travel blog

Farewell 2014

A travel blog entry by micheletapiolas

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... that only seemed to lead to the water's edge. In these quiet areas I got the chance to glimpse a little of the 'real' Venice which can't necessarily be found in the thoroughfares of shops, all designed to part tourists from their money. It was easy to ...

Venice 04 - the final push..., Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice 04 - the final push...

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... of London landmark tat as well as individually wrapped cupcakes. Dinner was spent back at the Ristorante Brindisi in Campo Geremia, Venice where it all started 2 weeks earlier. No taxi was required for the journey back to Marco Polo airport. The hotel ...

Canal Cruising, Venice, Italy travel blog

Canal Cruising

A travel blog entry by mlcisobels

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... that was built in front of St. Mark's Basilica. The buildings around it are important government buildings because it's the central of Venice. On the bus he had said that there were many pigeons there and boy was he right! There were hundreds of them all ...

Venice Italy here we come, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice Italy here we come

A travel blog entry by patandjill

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I can't wait for this part of the trip since i heard so much about Italy. To make our way to the lovely 2 bedroom apartment is already an adventure itself. More to ...

Venice, Italy, Venezia, Italien travel blog

Venice, Italy

A travel blog entry by kaylatravels

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... masterpieces are created by the talented Venetians. After, we all took a ride on the famous Gondolas and experienced the Venice waterways in a much more beautiful (and traditionally romantic) way, viewing the famous Rialto Bridge along the ride. Our last ...

Osteria Anice Stellato, Venice, Italy travel blog

Osteria Anice Stellato

A travel blog entry by xsa

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Ristorante Osteria Anice ...

Venedik, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venedik

A travel blog entry by orko

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Kaldigimiz yerden devam ediyoruz… Evet, dun gec bir saatte sinir bozucu bir yolculuktan sonra otele varmistim. Internet'te otel tarifinde yerin o kadar kolay bulunacagi iddia ediliyordu ki, ustune "iste bu kadar basit" diye bir de dalga gecmisler. ...

Gondolas and Gelato, Venice, Italy travel blog

Gondolas and Gelato

A travel blog entry by hadsrobinson

... , the sun was shining, I was actually in a tshirt! We went straight for the gondola ride, which was a lot of fun. Venice is a totally different world- different than any other city. We cruised through the canals and just took in the buildings, the ...

Sick as a parrot, Venice, Italy travel blog

Sick as a parrot

A travel blog entry by shiiuga

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... first time since Dublin, and just generally had a stroll. Saw the Ponti di Tre Archi, the only three arched bridge left in Venice, amongst other stuff, before going off to get some food. Here was my fatal mistake, as that evening I started getting severe ...

Venice Vacation, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice Vacation

A travel blog entry by mike_erin

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Brrrr! It was a chilly few days in Venice! We arrived in the rain with no idea where our hotel was except for the fact it was a 50 euro water taxi ride away. Throwing caution to the wind we decided to get on the water bus (much more reasonable at 7 ...

Left my heart and my olfactory circuit in Venice.., Venice, Italy travel blog

Left my heart and my olfactory circuit in Venice..

A travel blog entry by phenri

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... ;         But enough post-19th-century/modern-urban-amenities bitching. Aside from the smell, Venice is an absolutely magical city. I’ve never been any place like it. Amsterdam is similarly built over canals, ...

northern italy, Venice, Verona, Milan, Italy travel blog

northern italy

A travel blog entry by emilita

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after a wonderful christmas together, mum and i dived straight into the sightseeing, shopping, ...

Continuation of

Continuation of "observations"

A travel blog entry by wendy2007

... in on boats!) Was able to travel on a budget pretty well, can eat a sandwich lunch in Rome for ~2-3 euros and Venice ~ 4-5.  (That's sitting on church steps with a bottle of water from the convent vending machine and a sandwich from the corner ...

Quick stop in Venice, Venice, Italy travel blog

Quick stop in Venice

A travel blog entry by colin_tameka

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... under does that mean we wont have enternal love? We ended back at our Hostel about 2am exhausted after a massive day of travelling. Venice is an amazing and romantic city. It has overtaken Paris as being the city of Love. We are now ...

A man who has not been in Italy, Venice, Italy travel blog

A man who has not been in Italy

A travel blog entry by thebests

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... at all, so the next day after breakfast and a shower, we were back in our car and heading east to Venice. Venice The first thing to know about Italy is that they have some wonderful motorways to drive on. The second thing to realise is that the charge you ...

Gondola of Love, Venice, Italy travel blog

Gondola of Love

A travel blog entry by davefrendy

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... We soon found ourselves on a small jetty with a gondola stand. Gondola rides are the most outrageously expensive thing to do here in Venice, but they are practically essential. You can’t come here and not ride a gondola. So after a bit of haggling, ...

Venice - Day 1.5, Venice, Italy travel blog

Venice - Day 1.5

A travel blog entry by lindastravel

Following morning after landing, took off to Milan city and right away left to Venice. Venice is absolutely a gorgeous city. Gelato, pizza, pasta, water taxis, the ambience is just AMAZING! Sunny days and relaxing outdoors, I couldn't ...

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