Campeggio Marina Di Venezia

via Montello, 6, Cavallino, Veneto, 30010, Italy | 3 star campground
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Location

This 3 star campground, located in the Malamocco area of Cavallino, is near Lido, Torcello Island, Casino Divenezia, and San Francesco del Deserto.
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    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by jordan.jackson on Aug 06, 2014

    3 photos

    ... the coffee and orange juice.

    After my meal i ordered a cab to go to my first destination. I was first heading to the St. Mary of the Friars. I arrived there at around 10:15ish, the cab ride costed me $30 from the hotel and when I arrived the site of this place was fantastic! I have never seen something so amazing, when looking at it, it may not look like much when you think about the history about it, it’s amazing. When I walked in and saw the inside of the building, ...

    Day 1 - Travel and Venice

    A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 01, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

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    We finally boarded a little connector plane (so tiny) and headed to JFK. We landed and the plane was so small they unloaded us on the tarmac and we walked down a covered walkway into the terminal. Then we had to switch terminals on a shuttle bus and finally got there with time to spare. *Side note - I would avoid JFK if you are flying on a tiny connector plane. Do Atlanta or Miami.

    Sailing Into Venice, Doge's Palace and Glass

    A travel blog entry by andbrown on Oct 30, 2013

    9 photos

    ... glasses with decanter and tray. Crazy expensive but so beautiful. At this point our tour ended and we started to wander and explore the narrow streets in search of a restaurant for lunch. We found a nice little place and had a simple but delicious lunch, salad and spaghetti alla pomodoro. It was tasty and gave us the energy to continue exploring and getting lost in Venice. After lunch we continued on our way and winding our way through the streets, over bridges and under ...

    Day 2: We're heading out to sea!

    A travel blog entry by fran120675 on Aug 12, 2013

    25 photos

    ... Dogana which we wanted to see anyway. It was completely worth it. Then back to our now favourite cafe for lunch, grabs the bags from the hotel and catch the train to Florence. Stumbled across an amazing place for dinner. Traditional Tuscan food - well with a twist. Sam's pizza came with a shot of Tequila. Don't worry, neither of us drank it. He'd fair better than me on that stuff. Tomorrow is David and the Dome ...

    Venice Day 3

    A travel blog entry by jwilsonvermont on Jun 22, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... private, but we easily found a large public beach. Water was clean & warm - even I got in! We stayed a few hours. Sorry I didn't get any pics but one (just to prove Rowan went in).

    Laundramat was a challenge to understand the directions but did get everything clean at last.

    We really enjoyed the walking tour led by a native Venetian woman. Lots of stories about the ghosts of the MANY dead from the 3 major bubonic plagues. Much about the ...