Villa Al Mare Camping

Via del Faro, 12, Cavallino, Veneto, 30011, Italy | Campground

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A travel blog entry by mattquinlan


... walked to our apartment. The apartment was close to the wharf and was easy to get to. Dad had to call the gate so that it would open it was so cool. Our door has a electronic pin pad to get in the password is easy to remember and I still remember it now. We then got into some suitable clothes and had dinner at a very fancy restaurant. I had risotto with peas and scallops. We then walked home and went to bed. Today was very fun and ...


A travel blog entry by laura.hass.17


On the train making my way towards Venice! Listening to Lana remixes and looking out the window. It's going to be cold and rainy in Venice this weekend but I don't mind because I have visited before during the summer. It's still beautiful either way. A guy sitting near me is picking his nose. Disgusting. Can't look. My phone is at 40% but I don't care because I have a phone charger outlet on this train! Super convenient. Made it to Jolly Camping hostel. About ...

We have WEEFEE

A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada


... cannotaaa it isa closed” wait what?? Its aftera tennn now. I thought Italians ate later! Whats going on! He recommended a place that might be open and after a lit of getting lost we found it and it was! For only 70 euro we had dinner! Hmmmm whats this “budget” I had been speaking about before we left!!! Back to the hotel we passed out in our huge comfy bed!

In the morning we got up for breakfast and it was delicious cheeses ...

Mini Ventures in Venice

A travel blog entry by angienic3


... Venice where we first went on a venture for...FOOD! We hopped on a water bus and took the boat from the train station to the other side of town by San Marco. Here, we found sandwiches and pizza and our grumpy, hungry bodies became happy tourists again. We headed up the Basilica di San Marco tower where we were able to get a 360 view of Venice. It was beautiful with all the orange roofs, church spires, and clear blue water.

After San Marco, ...

Opera from the royal box

A travel blog entry by lyndsay.neilson


... guide, but as an added bonus they were rehearsing Don Giovanni and we were allowed to view the dress rehearsals. We did this from two different vantage points, first an 'ordinary' box, which is what the entire theatre is made up of apart from the stalls. Second, we got to sit in the Royal Box. Julia was told off for taking pictures but defends herself by justifying that the refusal related to the rehearsal, not the theatre itself!! The theatre is magnificent and ...


This campground, located in the Alberoni area of Cavallino, is near Aqualandia.
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